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October 7 Visio webcast now available on-demand

Visio 2013 offers more than 70 templates that include dozens of stencils containing hundreds of shapes, yet most people use the same one or two templates over and over. For example, did you know you can create a brainstorming diagram in Visio? Or the layout for a heating and ventilation system? Or a marketing chart? Or a website map? Visio can help you do all of these things and more.

In this session we will explore each of Visio’s template categories and will look at or create many different types of diagrams. You will definitely leave this session saying, “I didn’t know you could do that with Visio!”
Exploring Visio template categories: Business, Engineering, Flowchart, General, Maps and Floor Plans, Network, Schedule, Software and Database Common diagram types: Flowcharts and swimlane diagrams, network diagrams, org charts, and office layouts.
Less common diagram types: HVAC plan, brainstorming diagram, timelines, Active Directory/LDAP Directory, directional map, website map, and more…

Presented by Scott Helmers, MVP, Harvard Computing Group.

Register now to view this session On-Demand!

Below are the 10 recipients of copies of Visio Professional 2013!

  • Brad P –  Oakland, CA
  • Donna S – Denver, CO
  • Gerald B. – Scottsbluf, NE
  • James S. – Oshkosh, WI
  • John K. – Bellevue, WA
  • Rekewvie O. – New York, NY
  • Matthew L. – Toledo, OH
  • John F. – Anchorage, AK
  • Paul N. – Lawrence, KS
  • Stanley P. – Earth City, MO


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