A Visio diagram example is available in a collection posted on this page. Learn about the software and how to make a diagram with it using these examples provided in the following printable diagrams. You can download any of this diagram to use either for educational or reference purpose. Visio is a program that falls under the Microsoft Office Suite of products. It is used for many things that utilize layouts, diagrams, and charts. Let’s start with the first diagram below!
Microsoft Visio is software for drawing a variety of diagrams. These include flowcharts, org charts, building plans, floor plans, data flow diagrams, process flow diagrams, business process modeling, swim lane diagrams, 3D maps, and many more. The graphics that are used in Visio are standard images utilized by flowcharts, decision diagrams, playbooks, and even network diagramming.
So, how to make a diagram with Visio? First, start Microsoft Visio, and then under Template Categories, there is a row of folders, click the General folder, after that, double-click the template titled Basic Diagram. Then drag a few shapes from the Basic Shapes stencil onto the drawing page. Next, you can connect the shapes by using the arrow shapes.
The output or saving format of all of the previous versions of Visio was VSD, the proprietary binary file format. Visio also supports saving files in SVG files, other diagramming files and images. However, images cannot be opened. With these diagrams, hopefully, you will get better knowledge and information about the diagram-making software! Download, print and work the diagrams today!