LOL, I would start one if I knew the direction to go and what all was needed for it. I'm just a beginning programmer. Not quite up to that level yet. I'll keep tryin' though.
on 11/06/2012 – Made popular on 11/06/2012
My office PC has Windows 7 with MS Word 2010 and MS Visio 2003. I have a collection of technical documents written in Word that contain diagrams created in MS Visio. When I right-click the diagram, I am prompted with the option of opening the Visio object.
Visio has the useful 'Connector' tool which snaps nicely, makes right angles, and is conveniently adjustable. But - it only produces a line connection, not a block, like with the simpler block connectors. How can I (easily) produce block connectors with more than one angle? Bonus points for referring to curves as well.
I am building a timeline in Visio 2013 using linked data from Excel. It took me forever to figure out that I needed to add the names "Task Name" and "Start" to automatically populate milestones on the timeline with relevant data.
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After upgrading my laptop from Windows 8 Professional to Windows 8.1 Professional, my copies of Office 2013 and Visio 2013 deactivated themselves. I was able to resolve the issue with Office using this Microsoft HotFix. My Office 2013 copy is now working, but Visio is still an issue. Does anyone know of a way to fix this issue?
In MS Visio 2003 I could change the shape of multiply lines very easy by selecting the line and waiting a second for change of selection handle to drag endpoint or midlepoint to required position. IN MS Visio 2010 i do not have any idea how to do it. Many thanks for nay kind of help.