Using the Microsoft Visio Viewer (and introducing visViewer)

Microsoft Outlook 2007 installs the Microsoft Visio Viewer (vviewer.dll via vpreview.exe) by default (see ), so that native Visio files can be seen in all their glory (almost).  In this blog I’ll show that the Visio Viewer actually provides access to the Shape Data (Custom Properties), Hyperlinks, Reviewers Markup and Layers.  All this without even having Visio installed!


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