*** This USING Microsoft Visio 2010 book is enhanced with over 5 hours of FREE step-by-step VIDEO TUTORIALS and AUDIO SIDEBARS! *** Microsoft Visio 2010 is a versatile application for creating rich and diverse diagrams. With Visio, you can create an astonishing variety of visualizations that span a vast number of subjects, disciplines, and professions. USING Microsoft Visio 2010 is a media-rich learning experience designed to help new users master Microsoft Visio 2010 quickly, and get the most out of it, fast! EVERY chapter has multiple video and audio files integrated into the learning material which creates interactive content that works together to teach everything mainstream Microsoft Visio 2010 users need to know. Youall Learn How to: - Create a Simple Flowchart and Understand Visio 2010 Editions - Work in the Visio Drawing Window - Navigate the Template Gallery and Work Around the Visio Diagram - Create Specific Types of Diagrams - Organize and Annotate Diagrams - Connect, Align, Arrange, and Lay Out Shapes - Work with Individual Shapes and Data - Print Various Documents, Drawings, and Materials - Share, Publish, and Export Visio Diagrams Examples of Topics Covered in VIDEO TUTORIALS, which Walk You Through Tasks Youave Just Got to See! - Creating a Simple Visio Flowchart - Quickly Copying Shapes to Create a Matrix - Sharing, Publishing, and Exporting Visio Diagrams Examples of Topics Covered in AUDIO SIDEBARS, which Deliver Insights Straight From the Experts! - When to Use Groups - Unremoved Personal Information Horror Stories - Turning Many Symbols into One Shape Using Shape Data Please note that due to the incredibly rich media included in your Enhanced eBook, you may experience longer download times. Please be patient while your product is delivered. This Enhanced eBook has been developed to match the Apple Enhanced eBook specifications for the iPad and may not render well on older iPhones or iPods or perform on other devices or reader applications.Rename Page-1 to Light Bulbs and then save it somewhere convenient as Ch7 Shape Data.vsd. ... 4. Right-click the light bulb and choose Data, Define Shape Data. Alternatively, if the Shape Data window is visible, select a shape, right-click the Shape Data window, and then ... In the Label field, type Power (Watts). b.
|Title||:||Using Microsoft Visio 2010, Enhanced Edition|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2011-10-07|