HTML Export

This Visio Addin allows you to publish Visio diagram as HTML page. It uses it’s own HTML export engine, bypassing the built-in export. It uses open SVG standard for generating diagrams, providing some decent advantages over the stock export engine. Examples Download the Addin Order a Business License This Visio Addin allows you to publish Visio diagram as HTML (web page). It uses it’s own HTML export engine, bypassing the built-in export. It uses open SVG standard for generating diagrams, providing some decent advantages over the stock export engine. Below you can see some sample exported pages. You can open them live by clicking the picture. For more examples, please …

Back-Sync: Visio “backward” data synchronization

Visio has a nice feature, which allows you to link data to shapes. This allows you to create interactive dashboards for example, display data graphics which reflect the current state of some system on Visio diagrams, etc. One thing may is occasionally needed, is a possibility to update your data source from Visio diagram. Meet the new add-in: BackSync This add-in uses Visio data-binding infrastructure, and allows you to update the data in the external source from Visio (back-synchronize). There are limitations of course, but basically it should work with most data sources which support update (including Excel files, databases, and SharePoint lists). Continue to the add-in’s page

Base Point Addin

Many drawing products feature so-called “base point” operations. In particular, AutoCad has “Copy with base point”, “Move with base point”. This operation may be quite useful for precise positioning of the content being copied/moved. To achieve this, at the first step a “base point” is selected, and on the second step a new position for this “base point” is selected. Check out this video to see how it works: This extension provides this functionality for Visio: The workflow is shown in the Video. Step by step: 1. Select shapes to copy/move. 2. Press the button “Copy” (“Move”) on the extension …

Find Command in Ribbon

This free Visio add-in helps to quickly find Visio command. Use Visio 2010/2013 and cannot find a command in ribbon? Just type in the keyword which is part of command name, and hit enter. All the commands which contain this keyword will be shown by the plugin as buttons. And you will be able to either use the command found directly from the results pane, or add it to the quick launch toolbar so that you can easily  find them later. Take a look at the screenshot: You can search commands in English, German, Russian or Japanese. By default the search language …