One of my most viewed articles is about the data import and export features in Visio 2010 (see http://blog.bvisual.net/2011/05/24/data-import-export-features-in-visio-2010/ ), so I thought that I should do something similar for Visio 2016. In fact, there is very little change since Visio 2013 …. The download file contains VBA code that I used to connect the shapes together from the data recordsets.[Read more…] about Data Import and Export Features in Visio 2016 (and 2013)
There is a great video on Channel 9 about Access Web Apps, and how to link to them on the desktop ( see https://channel9.msdn.com/events/MVP-Virtual-Conference/MVP-Virtual-Conference-Americas-2015/CONS2-Using-Access-and-SharePoint-for-Travel-Expenses-and-Pulling-up-Maps). However, they never mentioned linking to Visio, so I thought I would correct that omission. I had previously tried to use Link Data to Shapes with an Access Web database, but failed, however watching this video encouraged me to try again![Read more…] about Linking an Access Web Database to Visio
Those kind people at Packt have decided to offer my book for half-price from 16th until 24th September 2015!
Please visit www.visiorules.com for more information… and it is valid for Microsoft Visio 2016 too!
Exiting news for those of you who want to try the new version of Office, including Visio. The new Visio features include:
- Rich Content – 850+ shapes redesigned (Electrical, Office Layout, Home Plan, Site Plan, Floor Plan)
- Ease of Use – 40+ starter diagrams
- Data Linked – One step data-linking
- Secure Platform – Data loss prevention, Information Rights Management, Multifactor authentication