If you like hockey or are interested in Visio’s data-linking capabilities, then you’ll be interested in these free shapes, and this free article!
If you’ve ever been frustrated by trying to open a Visio attachment while browsing e-mails from your iPad on the couch, then you might be interested in this Visio viewer…for the iPad!
There’s a new book on data visualization with Visio. And it is probably as good as its title is long!
If you’re interested in the deeper workings of Visio, then you’ll be interested in a series of videos that I’ve been in remiss in reporting!
The states in the USA are all over the map when it comes to total area (aka, “size”).
We all love data visualizations on maps, but the wide range of state sizes can distort visual messages.
I ran into a problem linking Visio shapes to Excel data the other day. If you are running 64-bit versions of Windows and Microsoft Office, you might run into the same problem.
Fortunately, the solution was quite easy!
If you aren’t interested in using Visio 2010 for creating sophisticated network rack diagrams, then you probably should be.
Today, fellow Visio-fan Al Edlund tells you why he loves to do this, shares insights on the matter, demos solutions he built, and offers a complete VS 2010 project, written in VB.NET, to help you get started!
The code shows you how to get network data from Excel, how to use the new List and Container shapes in Visio 2010, and how to manipulate them programmatically. All this to make your network diagrams even more powerful and easy to use!
Visio users are excited about the data features in Visio 2007.
But as they dig deeper, more and more of them are asking this question:
Can Visio provide an automated way to refresh the attached data every time the diagram is opened, so I don’t have to remember to refresh the data myself?
I want to see the very latest version of the data every time I open the diagram.
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 and data-linking.