Last year, I blogged about using the master shapes used in Data Graphics in Visio 2013 Professional for displaying data directly, rather than embedded in other shapes as graphic items. Now that Visio Professional 2016 is released, and because there have been some improvements to the graphics, especially for Text Callouts, I have created stencils from the new masters, with some slight changes as outlined in my earlier articles. As before, the stencils can be downloaded into the My Shapes folder, from where they will be available for use at any time. These stencils are freely available to anyone with a Visio Professional 2016 licence.
Archives for December 2015
Data Graphics in Visio Professional (and Premium) are a great way of surfacing the information in each shape, but it can be easy to forget what the Color By Value, Icon Sets or Data-bars represent:[Read more…] about Improving the legend of multi-data Data Graphic items in Visio
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Wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2016 in advance
I am a little late posting this, but the day is young! I am on the Microsoft Visio booth if there is anyone out there who wants to learn more about the new Visio!
See more about Visio 2016 : https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2015/10/01/the-new-visio-is-here-work-visually/