Visualize business data with data graphics in Visio 2010

The ninth of 24 videos in the MVP Sessions series has just been published at http://visio.microsoft.com/en-us/Get_Started/How_To/Pages/Session-9-Visualize-business-data-with-data-graphics.aspx. In this one, you can:

Learn how to visualize business intelligence linked to diagrams by using data graphics in Microsoft Visio 2010. This video reviews how to create and edit data graphics that display linked external data as text, colors, or icons directly in the shapes of your diagram—since the data links are dynamic, updates in the data source can be refreshed automatically. The video also covers how to apply data graphics to multiple shapes at once.

One Response to “Visualize business data with data graphics in Visio 2010”

  1. Smith Says:

    Thanks for sharing this video. It was really helpful for my business data. It helped me a lot, keep posting!


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