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  • Blog Post: Visio 2013 & Visio Services – A Quick Guide

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by SharePoint MVP Alan Richards Microsoft Visio has been around for a number of years and as a product it has grown as new versions have been released. However it has always had problems when sharing diagrams produced with Visio, well with the 2013...
  • Blog Post: MVP Featured App: Banner

      Visio MVP John Marshall has released the Banner app, which is a NFC (Near Field Communication) app. The user enters a primary and possibly a secondary message, and the message is displayed using the largest possible font depending on orientation. Since the message will probably not fit, the message...
  • Blog Post: 2013 MVP Summit Tips from MVPs

    Outlook MVP Diane Poremsky and Visio MVP John Marshall are no strangers to the MVP Summit. Between the two, they’ve attended 23 total MVP Summits. We asked them to share a few tips for all those first-time summit attendees. Diane Poremsky So you’re a first time attendee to the MVP Summit...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Tell Us, “I'm a VB!”

    Is there anything such as a “typical VB.NET developer”? There are millions of VB.NET developers in the world, and they each have their own unique story. In their own words, our VB MVPs tell us what kinds of applications they’re building, what technologies they’re using and what their favourite features...
  • Blog Post: Visio MVP Develops Free Shareware Application

    Visio MVP David Parker recently developed visViewer as a shareware program to encourage the use of the Visio document format with non-Visio users. At the end of Jan 2009, the Visio application became available free on a Microsoft Visio Toolbox CD. 10,000 copies are currently in production and will be...
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