I am not sure how may of you use Visio? Probably a small percentage but it is such a powerful tool, I am so surprised more do not. I guess not being part of the main Microsoft Office suite puts some people off but for a small investment instead of struggling trying to create things in Word or PowerPoint you can use Visio to save yourself time and frustration. Did you know it can create all of the following:

  • Flowcharts
  • Cross Functional Flowcharts
  • Work Flow Diagrams
  • Floor plans
  • Maps
  • Office layouts
  • Organisation charts
  • Data flows
  • Basic electrical charts
  • Audit diagrams
  • Wireframe diagrams
  • Rack diagrams
  • Basic network diagrams
  • 3D maps diagrams

You also have hundreds of shapes, templates and stencils to support you including specialist areas such as:

  • Business Process Modeling Notation Diagram
  • Fault Tree Analysis Diagram
  • IDEF0 Diagram
  • ITIL Diagram
  • Microsoft SharePoint Workflow
  • SDL Diagram
  • Six Sigma Diagram
  • TQM Diagram
  • Value Stream Map

Look out for our top tips for Visio over the coming weeks and if you would like to improve your Visio skills, view our Public Programme Dates, to see the next available training date for this course. Come and join us and learn how to use the tool to its full capacity.

Click on the link below to go to our website and see the full course outline, Visio – Flowcharts and Diagrams.
You can email us on training@underscore-group.com to book your place or if you have any questions.

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