You can view Visio diagrams on your iPad using Visio Viewer for iOS. Join Visio MVP Scott Helmers in this online video as he demonstrates how to turn selected layers on and off to improve visibility in a Visio floor plan.
- [Instructor] The shapes in a Visio diagram…can be located on one or more layers,…and you can use the layers to control…various attributes of the shapes.…Some Visio templates place shapes…on layers automatically.…You may also choose to create layers…of your own in a diagram.…What you see on the screen is a floor plan…displayed in the Visio Viewer on an iPad.…Visio floor plan diagrams rely heavily on layers.…We're using the iPad the conduct a furniture inventory…on the fifth floor and compare the actual…furniture with what's on the floor plan.…I want to turn off some of the layers…to concentrate on the furniture.…
I'll begin by tapping the Layers button…in the upper right.…The Layers pane displays four things.…The names of all layers in the diagram,…the visibility of each layer as represented by checkmarks,…the number of shapes on each layer,…and layer colors if any have been assigned.…In this case you can see that all layers…are currently visible and that the Space layer…has been assigned a purple color.…Because our scenario for this video…
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- Working with layers using Visio Viewer on iPad
- Sharing, copying, and printing with Visio Viewer on iPad
- Panning and zooming in Visio Viewer on iPhone or iPad
- Interacting with Visio diagrams in a browser
- Viewing Visio diagrams on a phone or tablet
- Refreshing data in Visio Online on a Mac, PC, or phone
- Sharing Visio diagrams from a browser