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The advanced diagramming tools of Visio 2010 help you simplify complexity with dynamic, data-driven visuals and new ways to share on the Web in real-time. Together, simplicity, data-driven shapes, and Web sharing make Visio 2010 one of the most powerful ways to see and understand important information.
Easily define and simplify business and IT systems with intuitive, professional-looking diagrams.
A picture paints a thousand words. With Microsoft Visio 2010, you can easily illustrate complex ideas visually with professional-looking templates and modern, pre-drawn shapes. Whether it's an org chart, a floor plan, or a business process, the latest tools in Visio 2010 help you create vibrant diagrams that simplify complexity and get everyone on the same page.
Create dynamic, data-driven diagrams that are connected to real-time business data and refresh automatically.
Gaining an accurate and relevant view of your business often requires both a high-level perspective and detailed data. But moving between a diagram and its data can be cumbersome and time-consuming. With Visio 2010, you can place real-time data right on the shapes of your diagram. Vibrant icons, symbols, colors, and bar graphs give you a clear view of the information that matters to your business. And, with automatic linking to popular types of data sources, the displayed visuals are always current.
Share diagrams through a Web browser and refresh them without using Visio.
With Visio 2010, sharing diagrams inside your business and with customers or partners is easier than ever. Simply connect your diagram to one or more data sources (such as Microsoft Excel 2010), and with one click, publish your data-linked diagram to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Through their browsers, online users can see your real-time information at a high level, right on the diagram, or delve into the details--even if they don't own Visio 2010.