Visio 2003 training courses

A roadmap to Visio 2003 training:

1. A great place to start

Course What you’ll learn
Get to know Visio The power of Visio! Plus other essentials, like how to create a diagram, and how to tell which edition of Visio you are working with

2. Get yourself in shapes

Course What you’ll learn
Shapes I: Introductory basics you can't live without How to find the shapes you need, and how to tell 1-D shapes from 2-D shapes (and what that means)
Shapes II: Expertly position, stack, and group shapes How to make shapes look good, tell your story, and do what you want them to do
Shapes III: Let's talk about text How to put text on a shape, and how to change it if you need to. Plus, how to create text that isn't part of a shape
Shapes IV: Let's talk about text positioning How to fine-tune the position of your shape text with the underused yet all-important Text Block Tool
Connect shapes the best way in Visio drawings How to create, change, move, and label those dynamic lines

3.

Meet the diagrams

Course What you’ll learn
A quick introduction to office layouts How to use a template to start an office plan, and how to add and move walls, doors, and furniture
A quick introduction to organization charts How to use a template to start an org chart, and how to add shapes and pictures to the chart
A quick introduction to block diagrams How a highly versatile type of diagram can be adapted to make your ideas powerfully clear

4. Share your vision

Course What you’ll learn
Use Visio drawings in presentations, documents, and publications How to embed, link, paste, and most important, what's best when
Print large drawings and get the results you want How to print small drawings large, or large drawings small, and Visio printing basics

Note     You can also download shorter PowerPoint versions of some training courses, or you can download the Quick Reference Cards that summarize each course.

And that's not all — the whole schmeer

Online training isn't just for these Visio features. It's also available for the other programs in the Microsoft Office System. Because the more you know, the better you do.