Microsoft Visio 2010 Business Process Diagramming and Validation
A focused tutorial, this book provides a range of practical examples with downloadable code, showing you how to create business process diagramming templates with Visio and enabling you to effectively visualize business information. It draws on real business examples and needs, and covers all the new features of Visio 2010 Premium Edition. If you are a Microsoft Visio 2010 Premium Edition user or developer who wants to get to grips with both the basic features of Visio 2010 and the new Validation Rules in this edition, then this book is for you. A working knowledge of Microsoft Visio, and optionally .NET for the add-in code, is required, though previous knowledge of business process diagramming is not necessary. More experienced Visio users will gain valuable knowledge for building add-ins and creating and publishing rules. If you want to achieve results from Visio 2010 beyond the ordinary out-of-the-box features, then this book is ideal for you. Although this book covers the Premium Edition, much of the book is still useful if you are a Visio 2010 Standard Edition or Professional Edition user.
- Electronic book text | 344 pages
- 09 Jul 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About David John Parker
David began his professional life as a qualified building architect in the UK, but found the challenge of linking information to drawings too exciting. He gave up architecture in the late 80s to follow his interest and became a developer and consultant on facilities and cable management software. In 1996, David began to use Visio linked to enterprise databases, and in 1998 started his own data visualization consultancy business, bVisual ltd. His Visio-based solutions have extended to include project management, risk analysis, and process flows, amongst other things. David has been a speaker at several Visio conferences over the years, and has been awarded Most Valued Professional status for his services to the Visio community for the last five years. He writes a regular Visio developer blog, and has previously authored a book about visualizing information with Visio 2007.