Using Visio Graphics in Other Applications

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Microsoft PowerPoint file containing vector .emf images

Vector .emf images in PowerPoint

We are often asked how to use the rich Visio shapes produced at Visimation in other applications such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, etc.  There are several ways to do this. First, we’ll discuss how Visimation has made it very easy.  Then, we’ll explain what to expect when you copy and paste manually from Visio into other programs.

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Free Xbox 360 Visio Stencil

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Xbox 360 Visio ShapesWe’ve created a Microsoft Xbox 360 shape that you can download free from ShapeSource.com.  It’s a useful demonstration of the quality and features of Visio network equipment shapes produced by Visimation.  There are 4 master shapes on the stencil:  Front, Rear, Perspective, and All.  The All shape provides a right click menu for toggling between the 3 views.  We did this to show a couple of options… separate master shapes for each view or one master containing all views.

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Architectural Site Plans with Visio

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Barry Milliken is a practicing Registered Architect with extensive computer aided design (CAD) experience.  He uses Visio for most of his design work because it’s an easy and cost effective 2D graphics program.  Barry created a custom solution for drawing site plans in Visio and has partnered with Visimation to offer it as a Visio add-on product called visiSitePlan.

VisiSitePlan contains several stencils with intelligently programmed shapes that automate a variety of drawing tasks.  The beauty of using Visio for these …Continue reading