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Comprehensive Microsoft Visio 2013

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Course duration

  • 2 Days

Course Outline

This Comprehensive Microsoft Visio 2013 training class is designed for students who are new to Visio and who will be using Microsoft Visio to create basic workflows and perform end-to-end flowcharting and want to build their skills to an advanced level.

  • Learn all about the 2013 Visio interface.
  • Learn to create workflow diagrams.
  • Learn to create an organization chart.
  • Learn to create a floor plan.
  • Learn to create flowcharts.
  • Learn to create network diagrams.
  • Learn to create a custom shape.
  • Learn to design a custom stencil.
  • Learn to design styles and templates.
  • Learn to design a floor plan.
  • Learn to represent external data in Visio.
  • Learn to share your work.
  • Students need to be familiar with using personal computers and have used a mouse and keyboard. Students should be comfortable in the Windows 8 environment and proficient in using Windows to access programs, navigate to information stored on the computer, and manage files and folders. Visio 2013 is not available for Windows XP.
  1. Getting Started with Visio 2013
    1. Navigate the Visio Environment
    2. Use Backstage Commands
    3. Save a File
  2. Creating a Workflow Diagram
    1. Use Drawing Components
    2. Modify a Drawing
    3. Callouts and Groups
  3. Creating an Organization Chart
    1. Create a Basic Organization Chart
    2. Modify an Organization Chart
  4. Making a Floor Plan
    1. Make a Basic Floor Plan
    2. Model a Room Layout
  5. Creating a Cross-Functional Flowchart
    1. Create a Cross-Functional Flowchart
    2. Format a Cross-Functional Flowchart
  6. Creating a Network Diagram
    1. Network Diagrams
    2. Use Shape Data
    3. Use Layers
  7. Styling a Diagram
    1. Shape and Connector Styles
    2. Themes and Variants
    3. Use Containers
  8. Creating a Custom Shape
    1. Draw Basic Shapes
    2. Enhance Basic Shapes
  9. Designing a Custom Stencil
    1. Create a Custom Stencil
    2. Customize a Stencil Master
  10. Designing Styles and Templates
    1. Define a New Style
    2. Create a Template
  11. Designing a Floor Plan
    1. Create an Office Layout
    2. Work with Layers
  12. Representing External Data in Visio
    1. Generate a PivotDiagram
    2. Create an Organization Chart from External Data
    3. Import Project Plan Data into Visio
    4. Link to a Database
    5. Import Excel Data
  13. Sharing Your Drawings
    1. Link a Visio Drawing to Other Applications
    2. Convert a Visio Drawing to Other File Formats
    3. Print a Visio Drawing

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