Microsoft Visio 2010 Standard
Microsoft Visio 2010 Standard
Always Versatile, Creative, and Intuitive
Technology certainly makes work easier, and Microsoft Visio is an essential tool for anyone who is looking to present data in a compelling way. Before launching this application a few years ago, professionals facing the task of illustrating data in a visual representation were likely forced to hire a graphic designer to create quality diagrams and charts for them.
Perhaps one of the lesser-known applications by Microsoft, Visio still has just as much to offer as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. The application packs a big, vital punch but for a smaller target demographic in the workforce. Most people need to compose and save text, so they use Word. We need Excel to make simple computations and store data in a linear and easily-computed manner. Visio provides a quick and simplistic way to show connections between data, as well as to illustrate and visualize information for others. With it, users create diagrams and templates for diagrams, in turn producing helpful, highly informative flowcharts, floor plans, graphs, and models.
The Visio software is easy to use for beginners and experts alike and helpful with any creative or professional project. Users of Visio get to work with an assortment of shapes and other objects for illustrating data, as well as tools that make the work easy because it is so intuitive. Users can create customized shapes in Visio, and 3D diagrams are also easily customized to the user. The application's user interface lets you start making visuals in seconds, ones that will save you time, help you avoid stress, and get you all the credit for thinking resourcefully and efficiently.
This version of the software, Visio 2010 Standard, comes simple enough for someone making flowcharts at home, perhaps for something simple like a family tree or a fun, informative presentation. It is also helpful in professional projects as well. The application is versatile enough to do either, well and quickly.
Make diagramming as easy as it should be, only without the hassle. Let Microsoft Visio 2010 Standard into your busy life. Keep reading for a rundown of the impressive application's new features, ones that will be sure to grab your interest and hold it.
|Year of Product||2010|
Features Included in Microsoft Visio 2010 Standard
Tool Advancements. Expect to find tools, shapes and drawing functions that boost productivity and the overall look of the visuals.
Adjustable Ribbon. The ribbon, the interface's graphical control tool located at the top of the page, provides easy access to the most-used functions included in Visio 2010 Standard. And it is easily adjusted to fit the user's work habits or priorities.
Data-Specific Visuals. Highlight important elements in your visuals. Let data – not the visual representation of it – take center stage.
ShapeSheet Support. You will find it helpful that ShapeSheet, closely related to Excel for data storage, can be administered in Visio to recalculate shapes and various layouts.
"Backstage" Pass. The Backstage View includes a brief display of data and various other files with similar renderings. Users can utilize this tool in helping you in managing a project from start to finish.
Before you buy, this is what you need:
You can have more than these, but be sure these requirements are met before you run out and start buying. Thankfully, it’s easy to install too, so it shouldn’t cause you too much of a problem.