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Chapter 9. Using Visio Diagrams with the... > Creating New Visio Diagrams in Offic...

Creating New Visio Diagrams in Office 2003 Files

When you're working in an Office 2003 file, such as a Word document, and you think a diagram would enhance or clarify the text, you can create that diagram directly in the file by using Visio. When you create a Visio diagram in an Office 2003 file, you use the Object command on the Insert menu to insert a blank drawing page into the file. Then you create the diagram from scratch right in the Office 2003 file. The diagram you create becomes part of the file; that is, it isn't a separate Visio drawing file. To modify the diagram, open the Office 2003 file that contains the diagram, and double-click the diagram to open it in Visio within the file. Then use the Visio shapes, menus, and drawing tools to make your changes.




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