Microsoft Visio Std 2010 32-bit/x64 English non-EU/EFTA DVD
Visio Standard 2010 offers modern and intuitive diagramming tools to
transform complex ideas into aha moments and get everyone on the same
page with less time and effort. A diverse set of pre-drawn shapes,
pictures, and templates, and new automatic drawing tools make
visualization easier than ever.
Share interactive, refreshable, data-linked diagrams with others via
their web browsersMaximize consistency and accuracy across your
organization with Diagram Validation that can find common errors or
check for business logic
Apply intelligent and advanced diagrams in business-process
analysis/BPM, compliance/quality, and rule-based diagramsImprove
consistency and accuracy across your organization with advanced
diagramming and new process-management tools.
Drill down with pivot diagrams to provide graphical business
intelligence analysis to Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Office
Access, Microsoft SQL Server, or any OLEDB/ODBC data sourceAdvanced
diagramming tools help you simplify complexity with dynamic, data-driven
visuals and new ways to share on the web in real time.
See the entire picture by showing meaningful data and information
graphically in a single, up-to-date diagramMeet your diagramming needs
for IT, business, process management, and more with modern, pre-drawn
shapes and intelligent templates.
Add and align shapes easily and accurately with features such as the
Quick Shapes Mini Toolbar, Page Auto Size, and Auto Align & Space.
Improved cross-functional flowcharting template is designed to be simple, scalable, and reliable
This product includes both 32- and 64-bit versions for a single
computer. We recommend the 32-bit version, which runs great on both 32-
and 64-bit versions of Windows. People who routinely use very large
documents or spreadsheets that need more than 2 GB of memory may want to
run the 64-bit version, but many common add-ins for Office don't run
correctly in the 64-bit edition.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 07 December, 2011.