Creating, Saving, & Sharing Documents in Visio 2013 for Windows

Visio 2013 (Windows)    |    Beginner
  • 11 videos | 42m 32s
Discover how to work with documents in Visio. Learn how to create, save, and print a document; work with charts and multiple documents; and share documents via email or on OneDrive.


  • Create a new document in visio 2013
    Work on multiple documents at once in visio 2013
    Save a document in visio 2013
    Export charts in visio 2013
    Compare versions of your charts in visio 2010
    Check document compatibility in visio 2013
  • Print hard copies of your charts from visio 2013
    Change file properties in visio 2013
    Send documents by email in visio 2013
    Share documents in onedrive
    Add comments to shared documents in visio 2013


  • 5m 24s
    This video tutorial will show you how to create a new document either from a template or from a blank document. FREE ACCESS
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    If you need to work on more than one document at a time, you can use Visio 2013 to open them in different windows. We'll see how to move between these windows or to see them all at the same time. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Saving a document in Visio 2013 for Windows
    4m 50s
    You'll need to save your Visio 2013 documents if you'd like to conserve the changes you've made. You can name your file and choose the location where you'll save it. With Visio 2013 you can choose between a variety of file formats. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Exporting your charts in Visio 2013 for Windows
    3m 49s
    What if you'd like to share your work on Visio 2013, but your friends don't have the same software? We'll see how to export a file to a different format that you can then share more easily or use within other applications. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Comparing two versions of your chart in Visio 2013 for Windows
    3m 15s
    If you have multiple versions of the same diagram, Visio 2010 can compare them for you to verify any changes you may have made. This video tutorial will show you how to create a report that will offer you a breakdown of the differences between the two versions of your diagram. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Checking compatibility with previous versions of the software in Visio 2013 for Windows
    3m 9s
    With Visio 2013 you can verify the compatibility of a document with previous versions of the software. You'll see if your document may have display or functional issues. If you choose to save your documents using a previous format, you may see changes, especially in your graphics or themes. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Printing a document in Visio 2013 for Windows
    2m 46s
    If you need a physical copy of your charts, you can print them. Visio 2013 offers various printing options, including a print preview, colors, and page layout. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Changing file properties in Visio 2013 for Windows
    3m 33s
    Let's take a look at the file properties of your Visio 2013 document, where you can leave comments for colleagues or modify information about the document itself. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Sending a document by email in Visio 2013 for Windows
    1m 49s
    Visio 2013 has a shortcut so that you can send your document by email. In one click you can open your Outlook account and add the email address of the person you'd like to send it to. You can also send a Visio file as a PDF file so that even someone without Visio on their computer can still see the file. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Sharing a document on OneDrive in Visio 2013 for Windows
    4m 44s
    Using OneDrive you can store your Visio document in the cloud, which means you can access it from any location with Internet access. We'll see how to add a OneDrive account to Visio 2013 for quicker access, as well as how to store your files on OneDrive. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Adding comments to a shared document in Visio 2013 for Windows
    5m 49s
    If you're working on a shared document, Visio 2013 will let you add and track comments. That way, you can ask and reply to questions directly in the open document. FREE ACCESS