Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Inserting objects into a diagram, part of Learning Visio 2013.
Typically the objects you add to a diagram here in Visio 2013 will come from the…various Stencils, so you'll add shapes.…If they need to be connected, there are connectors and so on.…But there are other objects you might want to add to a drawing or diagram; …like titles for example, using Text Boxes or additional pictures, for example.…We're going to talk about how that's done here, as we continue working on our…Network Diagram that we've been building over the last few lessons.…If you've jumped to this lesson and you need to get caught up, just go to the…Chapter_02 folder and open up Network0208, and you'll be all caught up.…
Let's start with adding a title across the top of our diagram.…To do that, we'll insert a Text Box, and we do that by going to the Insert tab on the ribbon.…From here you'll see in the Text section, we have Text Box.…Now if we click the top half of this button, we'll insert a default…Horizontal Text Box.…That means our text will go from left to right.…If you want a Vertical one, you need to go to the dropdown and make that selection.…
- What is Visio 2013?
- Setting up global preferences
- Creating and formatting diagrams
- Inserting objects
- Using containers and callouts
- Changing a diagram's design with themes
- Commenting on diagrams
- Saving, printing, and sharing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Charts and Diagrams
3. Themes and Effects
4. Connecting, Sharing, and Collaboration
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