I frequently have the need to get text into separate boxes in Visio. And often I need those boxes to have some sort of incremented series, such as 1, 2, 3, or A, B, C. I’ve built some SmartShapes to help ease my pain, and I’m sharing them with you today!
I’ve created a few Visio SmartShapes that can be easily snapped and glued into hexagonal patterns! Check it out!
Visio list shapes are pretty cool, but they only work in straight lines. I’ve attempted to make a list shape that allows you to place and reorder items around a circle. It’s a bit of a hack, but it works!
I ran across a scenario where I needed to get a Word equation into Visio, and have it export to SVG. This is the story of my investigation.[Read more…] about Word Equation to Visio to SVG
I’ve created a fancy calculator shape that evaluates mathematical expressions, and allows you to save the results, like the ticker-tape on an adding machine![Read more…] about Calculator with Log SmartShape
I’ve just finished a set of single-page, entire-year calendars in various paper sizes for your downloading pleasure. As usual, the drawings are packed with features that you are free to completely ignore!