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New tool – Visio Import/Export VBA

Hi all, Have recently have created an extension to import/export VBA code from a Visio drawing or stencil. You can find this useful if you want to track VBA source code changes in your Visio files, like compare current version of the code with the past version. Could make sense to use together with some version …

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Visio project templates updated (Visio 2016, VS 2015 support)

Visio project templates updated to version 1.0.7: – added support for Visual Studio 2015 – added support for Visio 2016 – Simplified source code (removed extra files, so that project structure is more like vanilla VS). – Unified project wizard. Now there is one wizard to rule it all. It …

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MSAGL on GitHub

Hi guys, MSAGL is now open-source, and available on GitHub! MSAGL (Microsoft Automatic Graph Layout) is a graph layout library, used for example as base to build diagrams in Visual Studio (as far as I know of course). Thanks to Saveen Reddy for sharing this information!

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Rubberduck – refactoring in VBA

Hi all, recently came across an interesting Rubberduck project. Did you think that VBA is dead and buried? It looks like it’s not going down that easily! Rubberduck is a COM Add-In for the VBA IDE that makes VBA development even more enjoyable, by extending the Visual Basic Editor (VBE) with menus, toolbars and toolwindows …

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Disabling Visio built-in commands

Normally it is not a good idea to do the above. But anyways, what if have to? Here is the list of options you have with Visio to disable the built-in commands. Some of which may be well pretty obvious while others may be not that well known.

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