Learn how to illustrate your data, and ideas, with diagrams in Microsoft Visio during this essential training course.
Visio started out as a tool for drawing straightforward diagrams and is still used in this way by 1000s of users around the world. However, it’s features have become much more extensive over the years and therefore more useful for integrating with other Microsoft Apps such as Sharepoint.
Visio 2013 has many more integration capabilities compared to previous versions. If you have a basic understanding of this program then it would be worth using this course to bring you up to speed with the latest capabilities.
WHO'S IT FOR?
PC or Mac with a full version of Microsoft Visio 2013
Not a requirement but a benefit to have some work-related projects to which you can readily apply what you learn.
From regular users up to power users looking to brush up on Visio - our adaptive teaching method tailors training to each individual.
The basics of creating simple diagrams and layouts
Creating sophisticated 2D visuals like a professional
Linking to external sources (e.g. excel datasheets) and presenting your diagrams on the web
Presenting complex business intelligence or process management concepts in easy-to-understand visual communications
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chris “Simon” Calder was a Director of IT operations for one of Los Angeles’ most prestigious cultural institutions, LACMA. In this role, Simon saw the need for low-stress software training for hundreds of employees in his company who were facing technological upgrades at work. From there Chris built up a loyal following by providing accessible training to people of all ages.
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