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Microsoft Visio 2007 Professional Edition (PC)

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7

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  • Easily create diagrams using predefined SmartShapes symbols
  • Use diagrams to visualize information quickly and gain insight into complex work processes and systems
  • Easily link data to shapes to add depth and additional evidence to your diagrams
  • Get started quickly with diagram templates and improved toolbars
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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / XP / 7
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Microsoft Office Visio 2007 is a diagramming and data visualization solution that makes it easy for IT and business professionals to visualize, analyze, and communicate complex information, systems, and processes. Office Visio 2007 makes it easy for IT and business professionals to visualize, analyze, and communicate complex information, systems, and processes. Using professional-looking Office Visio 2007 diagrams, you can improve your understanding of systems and processes, gain insight into complex inform

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Writing Changes back to Database does not work!!! 13 Aug. 2007
By Shahzad Khan - Published on
I been using Visio Enterprise 2003 for the last 3 years with Sql Server 2000. My only use of visio relates to database modeling. Once the drawing is been approved, I simply used "Update" option to update database. The update option is a time saving feature in a rapid application development environment for changing relationship, keys and constraints. Writing those changes back to Sql Server is a smooth process.

Recently i changed my development environment to SQL Server 2005 and figured out that Visio 2003 Enterprise does not work with SQL Server 2005. So I decided to buy visio professional 2007 to use the single feature of database modeling.

Upon installation, I figured that there is no option for writing changes back to SQL Server 2005 in either version of Visio (2003 Enterprise, 2007 Professional). In simple there is no "update" or "generate" command in visio professional 2007.

Put it simple. If you want to use database modeling and hoping to write those changes back to SQL Server 2005 with visio, DON'T BUT IT......IT WILL NOT WORK
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Visio 6 Nov. 2007
By Business Analyst - Published on
The new Visio Professional improves upon the previous version in UML diagrams. It allows for more flexibility while enforcing the rules to a greater degree. The additional templates that came standard and the organization of them was very useful. On the down side, like all the new products from Microsoft, it is a memory hog.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Download it free to try it out; pretty cool 30 May 2010
By B. Tarbuck - Published on
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I've used this for a while. I got a copy cheap from the Microsoft store years ago and actually used it to layout our house.

At work I use it for making org-charts and I have to say that's a hit or miss experience. Sometimes it works the way you want it to and others, not so much.

It is highly advanced and probably a lot more so than most of us need. I mean, do you really need to mess around with importing and exporting data into Visio? I suppose you could if you had to update it a lot.

The schedule thing is pretty cool to do a quick timeline and the calendar function is really great for making jumbo sized calendars assuming you're into that kind of thing.

It's great for process descriptions or stepwise type routines that you need to put in a manual or a procedure.

I'd say it's sort of the Swiss Army Knife in the Microsoft suite of software. It can do a lot of cool things but also has tools that you might never use.

Overall, it's really too bad you don't get this w/ Office Professional instead of Publisher as this is a much more versatile tool. And, best of all, the folks at Microsoft have the awesome try before you buy plan. If you like it you just download a key and keep using it.
One of the products that Microsoft gets right 21 Dec. 2012
By Carl J - Published on
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Based upon reviews of newer versions of Microsoft Visio, I went with this 2007 version. The discounted price was good and the product came in good condition and loaded well. Updates were automatically downloaded the next day. I like Visio and I have used it to create Architectural, Mechanical and Electrical drawings and plot them as a PDF. This is a great application software. Why can't Auto Cad and Microstation make it this easy to create drawings? Of course, you can't do all that the respected drawing software can do. However, this suits me fine.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Visio Build 11 Aug. 2008
By Don A. Peterson - Published on
For building and furnishing a home, there were not enough stencils. Also had trouble inserting stencils and having them stay where they were placed.
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