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In Visio 2010 Essential Training, Microsoft Certified Professional David Edson shows how to create a wide variety of diagrams with this popular data visualization tool. The course starts off with a tour of the Visio 2010 interface, then demonstrates the ins and outs of creating the most common type of Visio diagrams, connected diagrams. With this foundation in place, the course then shows how to use Visio's tools to make more complex diagrams, including brainstorming diagrams, organizational charts, timelines and calendars, and data-driven pivot diagrams. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hi, I'm Dave Edson and welcome to Visio 2010 Essential Training. In this course I'll show you how to become truly proficient in the Visio environment and create many diverse Viso diagram types. Together we'll create connected datagrams in the form of flowcharts, and use those to understand the ins and outs of Visio diagram creation. We'll create hierarchical diagrams both in the form of brainstorming diagrams and organizational diagrams. Together we'll build time sensitive diagrams by creating Visio timelines and calendars.
We'll also dive into the creation and use of Visio pivot diagrams to visualize structure data from external data sources. We'll wrap up by taking a look at Visio's tools for creating wireframe diagrams for prototyping Windows user interfaces. Whether you are brand new to Visio or you feel you are a seasoned user who would like to learn faster, easier, and better techniques for creating Visio diagrams, I'm sure you'll enjoy the experience and come away with a far greater level of confidence in your Visio usage skills. So if you're all set, let's get started with the power of Visio 2010.
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