Today Microsoft announced that Microsoft Office 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, Project 2010 and Visio 2010 have released to manufacturing! As noted last month, Visio 2010 and the rest of the other Office 2010 products will be available to businesses worldwide on May 12th and to consumers online and on retail shelves this June. Many thanks to everyone who provided product feedback on our blog and through our Send a Smile tool in our Visio 2010 Beta. Your feedback has helped us ensure a high quality product as well as provided us feature input for future consideration. We hope to continue hearing from you after you install our final release.
Over the last nine months, we have had an opportunity to cover the features of Visio 2010 over nearly 60 postings with information for users, shapes developers, IT professionals and developers. If you have recently started reading our blog or if you just want an easy reference to what we’ve already covered, below is a summary of the articles we’ve posted to date, organized by our main areas of investment for this release.
Office Fluent User Interface
Visio Application Enhancements
SharePoint Server 2010 Integration
Diagram Publishing, Rendering and Data Refresh
As always, please continue to let us know what you think or want to hear more about.
Has the ERD (for database diagrams) been put back into this product, in any edition? Thanks...
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Buck, Visio 2010 has the same database modeling capabilities (design & reverse engineer) as Visio 2007. Forward engineering is not included if that is what you are asking about.
How to use visio in engineering drawings?please give one example of electronic drawing.