Visio 2007 Complete

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Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2007 has a host of features that are instrumental in creating pictorial representations of information. In this course, you will learn the essentials of Visio and become a competent user in all aspects of the package.
Students should be familiar with using personal computers and have used a mouse and keyboard (basic typing skills are recommended). They should be comfortable in the Windows environment and be able to use Windows to manage information on their computer. Specifically, students should be able to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders.
Starting Out:
What is Microsoft Visio?
Visio Standard vs. Visio Professional
What’s New in Visio 2007?
Opening Microsoft Visio
Interface Overview
Closing Microsoft Visio
Interacting with Visio:
Using Visio’s Menus
Using the Standard Toolbar
Using the Formatting Toolbar
Moving Toolbars
Hiding and Showing Toolbars
Using the Status Bar
Working with Files:
Saving Files
Opening Files
Switching Between Open Files
Closing Drawings
Closing Visio
Creating a Drawing from the Getting Started Window:
Choosing a Drawing Type
Choosing a Template
Customizing a Template
Searching for Templates
Opening a Recent Drawing
Getting Help in Visio:
Using the Help Menu
Using the Help Screen
Using the Ask A Question Box
Getting Help in a Dialog Box
Using the Shapes Task Pane:
Understanding the Shapes Pane
Adding Backgrounds
Adding Borders and Titles
Adding Shapes
Basic Editing Commands:
Selecting Shapes
Using Cut, Copy, and Paste
Using Undo and Redo
Resizing Shapes
Moving Shapes
Duplicating Shapes
Formatting Shapes:
Changing Line Style
Changing Fill Colour
Modifying Corner Rounding
Adding Shadows
Using a Theme
Using the Format Painter
Adding Text :
Using the Text Box Tool
Using the Text Block Tool
Typing and Editing Text
Inserting Symbols
Formatting Text:
Adding Basic Effects
Changing Text Colour
Changing Font Type and Size
Aligning Text
Working With Pages:
Adding Pages
Switching Between Open Pages
Removing Pages
Using Page Setup
Other Ways to Add Shapes :
Using the File menu
Using the Standard Toolbar
Using the Drawing Tools toolbar
Adding Shape ScreenTips
Working With Shapes:
Grouping Shapes
Layering Shapes
Rotating or Flipping Shapes
Aligning and Distributing Shapes
Using Snap and Glue
Advanced Shapes Tasks:
Connecting Shapes
Configuring the Layout
Using the Re-Layout Command
Other Shapes Operations
Using Layers:
Adding a Layer
Showing a Layer
Hiding a Layer
Preserving Group Member Layer
Viewing Layer Properties
Adding Basic Objects:
Inserting a Comment
Inserting a Picture from Clip Art or a File
Formatting a Picture
Adding a Chart
Adding an Equation
Adding Advanced Objects:
Adding a Hyperlink
Inserting an Object
Inserting a CAD Drawing
Inserting a Control
Using Templates :
Opening a Template from the Getting Started Pane
Opening a Template from the File menu
Using a Template
Creating a Template
Using Stencils:
Adding Shapes to Stencils
Using Shapes From Stencils
Copying Shapes from One Stencil to Another
Removing Shapes from Stencils
Creating a New Stencil
Saving Stencils
Saving Visio Files:
Saving a File for the First Time
Saving a File for the Second Time
Saving a File with a Different Extension
Saving a File as a Web Page
Advanced File Tasks:
Using AutoRecover
Publishing to PDF or XPS
E-Mailing Your Drawing
Entering File Properties
Removing Hidden Information
Managing Drawings:
Using Minimize, Maximize, and Restore
Switching Between Open Drawings
Using Zoom
Viewing or Hiding Drawing Rulers, Grids, and Guides
Managing Windows:
Tiling Windows
Arranging Windows
Cascading Windows
Using the ShapeSheet
Using Visio’s Views:
Using the Shapes Window
Using the Pan and Zoom Window
Using the Shape Data Window
Using the Size and Position Window
Using the Draw Explorer Window
Using the External Data Window
Using Page Setup:
Opening Page Setup
Setting Print Options
Setting Page Size
Setting Drawing Scale
Setting Page Properties
Choosing Layout and Routing
Setting the Scale
Using Print Preview:
Opening Print Preview
Using the Print Preview toolbar
Zooming In and Out
Changing View Options
Navigating Print Preview
Printing a Drawing :
Printing Commands
Using the Print Dialog
Setting Printer Options
Setting the Page Range
Setting the Number of Copies