In this video: Visio Concepts 00:36 How to connect Visio Shapes 01:39 How to draw business process flowchart diagram 03:12 How to draw Organizational Chard Diagram 07:26 How to draw Floor Plan Diagram 18:16 How to draw Network Architecture Diagram 25:36 Microsoft Visio Keyboard Shortcuts 39:37
Microsoft Visio is an application to create diagrams. From flow charts to floor plans to swim lane diagrams to networking diagrams and organizational charts: Visio can handle it all. In this tutorial we will look at the features of Visio and will cover creation of Visio diagrams step by step. Microsoft Visio is software for drawing diagrams. These include floor plans, electrical diagrams, flowcharts, org charts, building plans, floor plans, data flow diagrams, process flow diagrams, business process modeling, swim lane diagrams, 3D maps, and many more.
If appropriate for your needs, Visio can produce extremely helpful, slick, useful diagrams of all types, and these can provide the professional look you want for presentations, reports, audits, building plans, floor plans, documentation, and modeling better ways to do things. Visio includes a big library of shapes/symbols used in dozens of diagram types. These symbols represent specialized pieces of diagrams such as process flow diagrams, business process modeling, data flow diagrams, and many more. These are used widely in various fields for various purposes.
An organization chart (org chart) is a diagram of a reporting hierarchy that is commonly used to show relationships among employees, titles, and groups.
Org charts can range from simple diagrams, as in the following illustration, to large and complex diagrams that are based on information from an external data source. The shapes in your org chart can display basic information such as name and title, or details such as department and cost center. You can even add pictures to the org chart shapes.