Visio Pro 2016 now has support for AutoCAD 2013 and a webcast

Over 12 million people use Visio to visually communicate complex information, document business processes and more. Now Visio Pro for Office 365 customers can insert and open the latest AutoCAD 2013 and 2010 file formats. Architects, engineers, operations teams and others can collaborate more effectively on AutoCAD design documents in Visio with capabilities such as co-authoring, commenting and annotation. You can even add data on top of your layout and design to provide operational insights. For example, import an AutoCAD diagram of a building and add people and facilities to the floor plan to more easily track resources or simply highlight key architectural information to share with others. Sign up for a free webcast on July 12 to learn more about using Visio to collaborate on AutoCAD files.

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One Response to “Visio Pro 2016 now has support for AutoCAD 2013 and a webcast”

  1. Demo files for Visio webcast | bVisual - for people interested in Microsoft Visio Says:

    […] have been asked to make some of the demo files available for the web cast I did this week ( click here ). I have placed some of the files in a OneDrive folder here : click here to view. There are three […]


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