Articles tagged with: Images
The popular Visio Crayon Network Shapes have been improved and extended. Have a look at what’s new and download the latest and greatest!
Today, we continue with the movie-trilogy theme, but concentrate on advanced tips for importing and working with multiple shapes automatically.
This is the third and final piece in our trilogy of articles on Visio data graphics …
Lighten-up and simplify your network presentations with Visio diagrams that use these Crayon Network shapes. You’ll get a laugh from your audience, and diffuse the tension that often accompanies complicated, technical subjects!
Learn what happens to your Visio file sizes when you import images and bitmaps of differing file formats.
Download a Visio dimension line shape that let’s you measure your web-layout, wireframe shapes with a pixel ruler! A must-have for Information Architects who use Visio for their layouts and storyboards!
Forget stars and reception bars. Use the progression of man from ape to visually illustrate your data’s position along the evolutionary scale.
Use this Visual Basic code snippet to quickly move text blocks to the bottom-center of your shapes.
Learn how to take a strip of icons and turn it into a Visio multi-shape. Your new “Film Strip Shape” will react to right-mouse clicks or shape data values to show one of the icons. You’ll also learn how to convert these shapes into Icon Sets for use with Visio 2007′s Data Graphics feature!
Learn how you can crop images in Visio with non-rectangular mask-outlines.