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Microsoft Visio 2013 : Selecting a flowchart type - Visio Standard, Visio Professional

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3/5/2015 8:08:46 PM

Visio provides different flowchart templates, depending on the edition that you use.

Visio Standard

Microsoft Visio Standard 2013 includes four gauges of flow chart, according to the indications of the following graph. You will work with the basic flow chart and the Cross-Functional gauges of flow chart in this article. The gauge of flow chart of flow of the tasks is a very new and topic-able gauge to create diagrams of course of operation. The gauge corresponding of the preliminary versions of Visio was maintained in Visio 2013 and is called  Work Flow Diagram - 3D.

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Visio Professional

Visio Professional 2013 includes the same four templates as the Standard edition, but also includes five additional flowchart templates: Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), IDEF0, Specification and Description Language (SDL) Diagram, and two variations of Microsoft SharePoint Workflow, one for SharePoint 2010 and one for SharePoint 2013.


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Vertical or horizontal?

Should you draw your flowcharts with vertical (portrait) or horizontal (landscape) orientation? Vertical flowcharts, with tasks arranged from top to bottom, are probably more common, but there have always been advocates for the left-to-right, horizontal view.

One interesting note if you have created flowcharts with previous versions of Visio: the Visio 2013 and Visio 2010 Basic Flowchart templates default to horizontal orientation, whereas previous versions presented a vertical view by default. Although this may frustrate people with a long-standing preference for the portrait view, there is some logic to this choice, because computer screens have grown wider over the years.

 
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