Diagramming according to Microsoft
- Easy-to-use interface
- Create diagrams, flowcharts, calendars and more
- Ready-made templates included
- Custom templates can be tricky to create
The trial version for Microsoft Visio 2007 is no longer available. You can download a free trial of Microsoft Visio 2013 instead.
Microsoft Visio 2007 is a tool that allows PC users to create a variety of different diagrams and drawings.
Just bear in mind that there's a more recent version available - Microsoft Visio 2010. If you're interested in the 2007 version, however, read on!
If you've ever needed to create a flowchart for work or school, you'll understand how difficult (and messy!) it can be to try to draw one by hand.
Microsoft Visio is a valuable tool for anyone who needs to create works like drawings, network diagrams and calendars. You can even make office layouts and flowcharts. Ready-made templates are included in Microsoft Visio, or you can opt to start from scratch if that's your preference. A member of the Microsoft Office 2007 family, Microsoft Visio gives you a lot of options and is compatible with other Office programs, which makes it even more convenient.
Although there are many types of drawings you can make with Microsoft Visio, three basic steps are all most users will need to create ready-made templates of any design. Just choose a template you like and open it, drag shapes and connect as you like and lastly fill up the shapes with any text you want. That's really all there is to it with Microsoft Visio.
Making custom designs is the only really tricky part about using Microsoft Visio. Beginner users might find it difficult to learn to do. It also takes some time to navigate around the program's interface.
Great for just about any diagram need, Microsoft Visio is an easy-to-use program for students and employees alike.