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Chapter 6. Creating Organization Charts > Saving Diagrams as Web Pages

Saving Diagrams as Web Pages

By saving Visio drawings and diagrams as Web pages, you can share information with colleagues over a corporate intranet or with anyone who has a Web browser over the Internet. Many organizations use this method to make information available to employees across the organization—even if they don't have Visio. Web-based organization charts can help employees understand team and departmental relationships and can visually explain organizational changes. Each employee shape can also store custom property data so that these charts can be a source of up-to-date employee information, such as employee office location, telephone number, e-mail address, and so on.

Using Visio, publishing your diagrams to the Web or an intranet site is as easy as saving a file. Visio adds the HTML codes necessary to display the diagram in a Web browser, so all you have to do is make sure your diagram looks the way you want it to. To save a Visio diagram as a Web page, just click Save as Web Page on the File menu as you would for any other Office 2003 file. Navigation elements included in your diagrams, such as hyperlinks and page tabs, are retained in the Web page and any supporting images are saved in a folder that corresponds to the Web page.


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