Railroad Tracks Recently I was asked if I had a Visio line pattern for railroad tracks. I did not, but it was not hard to create. Decades ago, I came across an AutoCAD collection of shapes for an Atlas HO train set, so it was not hard to use one of the straight track railroadContinue reading “Being on Track”
Now that I have put the Braille shapes to bed, back to the Shapesheet Section template with a quicky post. I started the Shapesheet Section stencil to help with documentation that involves the Shapesheet. I am constantly saying Visio shapes are more than clip art. When it comes to adding Shapesheet sections to documentation, VisioContinue reading “Refining the Shapesheet Section template”
Before posting my Braille shape, I decided to embellish it first. The original shape was a single shape that had a Geometry section (Ellipse) for each of the dots (pips) and user cells User.Dot1-Dot6 contained the list of characters the shape represented. The Ellipses are independent of the shape and positioned by the X,Y ofContinue reading “Visio Braille Part 2”
Visio has had reporting capabilities for several versions, but it has not been well documented. There are blogs and videos on how to create a report, so I decided to create a document to provide more details about the file that reporting feature creates *.VRD files. To do that I had to create two WordContinue reading “A few Words of encouragement.”
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Hi, I am JM Visio MVP and have been volunteering with Visio since 1993, shortly after Visio 1 launched.
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