I’ve made a Visio diagram that will help you track the progress of the UEFA European Cup 2016.
A recent browsing binge brought me to a simple illustration of a home ventilation system. I re-created it in Visio 2010, and decided to share it with you!
The world’s biggest sporting event has just started and 32 national teams have descended upon South Africa to fight it out!
We’ve got a Visio diagram/bracket/elimination chart to help you track progress or document your picks for the office competition!
Microsoft Visio is a great tool for planning your banking scandals!
Ok, the folks in Redmond might not want to market it that way, but it makes a great opening line. Anyway, I saw an interesting-looking flowchart in the Süddeutsche Zeitung, and thought I’d play around with Visio 2010 and see if I could re-create it.
If you work with Microsoft SQL Server and are a visual type, then you might be interested in these free Microsoft Visio stencils for SQL Server 2005.
The set contains 6 stencils, 6 templates, 102 master shapes and 34 sample drawings.
You can preview the look and feel of the shapes and sample drawings in this article, then go off and download them for your own person use!
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY!
Sometimes you need a calendar that you can get your hands on.
To annotate and markup.
To show to your friends, colleagues…and boss.
He did it all in Visio, and the result is pretty impressive!
I guess this post should have been titled Office 2010 Timeline, since Microsoft’s recent announcements confirm that the “14th” version of the popular office suite will follow the year-model naming convention.
To put a Visio Guy slant on the press release, I’ve created a Visio timeline that illustrates the dates in Microsoft’s announcements.