From the Back Cover
Turn your ideas into diagrams and drawings with Visio′s stencils and templates
If you have an idea you want to get down on electronic paper, Visio 2007 is for you, and so is this book! They′re both flexible and user–friendly. Here′s how to use Visio to capture ideas from simple to intricate, update data in a drawing with a single click, add and manipulate text, work with connectors, and more.
Discover how to
- Create business, engineering, software, or network diagrams
- Format an entire drawing using themes
- Analyze "what–if" scenarios with PivotDiagrams
- Produce layered multipage drawings
- Save drawings to publish on the Web
About the Author
When John isn’t working at the computer, you can find him in his workshop. He’s an avid woodworker and candle maker. On any given afternoon, you can find him working at a lathe or putting the finishing touches on a bookcase. He also likes making glycerin soap and candles, which comes in handy for gift baskets. You can reach John on the Internet at JMueller@mwt.net. John is also setting up a Web site at http://www.mwt.net/∼jmueller/; feel free to look and make suggestions on how he can improve it. Check out his weekly blog at http://www.amazon.com/gp/blog/id/AQOA2QP4X1YWP.
Debbie Walkowski has worked in the computer industry for more than 20 years in a variety of positions from sales and marketing to teaching and training. For the last 14 years, she has made writing her primary focus. Her company, the Writing Works, specializes in writing computer self–help books and providing writing services to companies such as Microsoft Corporation, Hewlett–Packard (formerly Digital Equipment Corporation), and AT&T Wireless Communications. She has authored 18 books on popular computer software, including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Works, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Windows, Visio, Quicken, WordPerfect, and Lotus 1–2–3.