But Microsoft has also made changes to Visio’s shape-manipulation handles, thereby rendering millions of painstakingly-created screenshots on websites the world over instantly obsolete, and confusing users everywhere.
As a reference point for users using older and newer versions of Visio, and just out of plain curiosity, I’m rehashing the look of Visio shape handles for Visio 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013. Have fun!
A customer/fan asked me the other day how to create custom bullets in Visio using a character he’d carefully selected from the Wingdings font. He had dug his way deep into the text editing dialog, and had actually found the right place for customizing bullets, but he couldn’t quite get it to work.
It turns out he was making it just a bit more complicated than it needed to be. When I looked into it, I found that the process was indeed a bit unclear. So let’s walk through creating custom bullets in Visio, and clear up any muddiness that you might encounter along the way.
I got home today and found a mysterious package on my desk.
Since I hadn’t ordered anything recently, I had a hunch what it might be…
Are you a Visio user?
Is your company using SharePoint Server 2010?
Wonder how you can make them work together?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could quickly re-arrange Visio child windows the way you wanted to?
Maybe something like Windows 7, where you drag a window to an edge, and it snaps into place, and resizes automatically?
Well guess what? There is a way!
There’s a lot of buzz lately about Visio Services for SharePoint 2010.
It looks like it’s appeared on the Real Estate industry’s radar, as they seek to use tools to make their business more efficient.
Visio 2010’s flowchart shapes have gotten smarter.
See how they save you work when you add lots of text to them!
Too many options in Visio 2010?
Having trouble finding the setting you need?
We’ve published a list of all the commands in Visio 2010’s Backstage/Options area so that you can quickly SEARCH for just the item you need!