With Visio you may draw all kinds of diagrams, whether construction plans, documentation, reports, presentation, audits, etc.
Do you often work with diagrams and vector graphics? In that case you may surely be familiar with this tool, but just in case you're not we'll fill you in with everything there is to know about it.
Visio is Microsoft Office suite application used to create flow diagrams, engineering designs, diagrams, organization charts and storey plans that in addition allows to share them with other users.
The tool came to light in 1992 thanks to the Shapeware Corporation company. It quicky became popular and in 1995 the company would name it Visio Corporation. In 2000, Microsoft came into play and got hold of the rights of the application and came to be known as Visio, as well as getting included into the Microsoft Office family. However, Visio is commercialized separately.
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There's a great amount of siituations where this application can be used, particularly in a professional context. With Visio you may crate all kinds of diagrams, whether they are construction plans, documentation, reports, presentations, audits, etc.
Currently Microsoft offers two Visio licenses such as Visio Plan 1 and Visio Plan 2.
Visio Plan 1
Visio Plan 2