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Make the most of Visio 2013–without becoming a technical expert! This book is the fastest way to master Visio and use it to build powerful, useful diagrams, org charts, and flowcharts of all kinds! Even if you’ve never used Visio before, you’ll learn how to do what you want, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. Visio has never, ever been this simple!
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Alan Wright has worked professionally in and around IT for nearly 10 years. He
has provided enterprise-level support in the Detroit, Michigan, area and continues
to provide software and hardware support for small business and residential users.
He holds several certifications from CompTIA and Microsoft and enjoys working
with technology and teaching others how they can make technology work for
Alan has been the technical editor on other books from Que Publishing, including
Using Windows 8 and Microsoft Project 2013 In Depth. When not working
with computers, he enjoys working on projects in his cabinet shop. Alan lives
in northern Michigan with his wife, Pam, and their two children, Joshua and
Chris Roth has always enjoyed creating pictures of any kind and absolutely enjoys
the combination of computer technology with graphics. He has been working
with Visio since The Beginning in 1992, when he was part of the Visio 1.0 team at
then-extant Visio Corporation. Since then, he’s continuously been busy helping
customers incorporate diagrams, drawings, and visualizations into their daily business
and to develop custom graphical solutions based on Visio.
A Microsoft Visio MVP since 2002, he has presented sessions at several Visio conferences
and has written more than 250 articles about Visio for his “Visio Guy”
website (www.visguy.com), which he launched in 2006.
Originally from Seattle, he currently lives with his wife and baby daughter in
Munich, Germany. Away from family, laptop, and relaxing Bavarian beer gardens,
he plays trombone with the TT Orchestra and the wind ensemble Pullacher
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