- Series: Using
- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Que Publishing; 1 edition (June 19, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0789742977
- ISBN-13: 978-0789742971
- Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1 x 8.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 28 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,047,315 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Back Cover
Using Microsoft Visio 2010
Get comfortable with Microsoft Visio 2010, the latest version of Microsoft Visio. Don’t just read about it: see it and hear it with step-by-step video tutorials and valuable audio sidebars delivered through the Free Web Edition that comes with every USING book. For the price of the book, you get online access anywhere with a web connection—no books to carry, updated content, and all the benefits of video and audio learning.
LEARN FAST, LEARN EASY, USING WEB, VIDEO, AND AUDIO
Show Me video walks through tasks you’ve just got to see
Tell Me More audio delivers insights straight from the experts
About the Author
Chris Roth has always enjoyed creating pictures of any kind and absolutely enjoys the combination of computer technology with graphics. He has been working with Visio since The Beginning in 1992, when he was part of the Visio 1.0 team at then-extant Visio Corporation. Since then, he’s continuously been busy helping customers incorporate diagrams, drawings, and visualizations into their daily business and to develop custom graphical solutions based on Visio.
A Microsoft Visio MVP since 2002, he has presented sessions at several Visio conferences and has written more than 250 articles about Visio for his “Visio Guy” website (www.visguy.com), which he launched in 2006.
Originally from Seattle, he currently lives with his wife and baby daughter in Munich, Germany. Away from family, laptop, and relaxing Bavarian beer gardens, he plays trombone with the TT Orchestra and the wind ensemble Pullacher Blasmusik.
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I would have bought it for the videos alone, and now that I've watched them all (have yet to finish reading the book) I can safely assure you I have gone from a complete newbie to being able to explain (with excitement) and show my coworkers the really cool features as mentioned by Chris.
I am super excited by all the things Visio is starting to allow myself to do, from creating block diagrams to flow charts, it's the tool I've been missing in trying to convey my own expertise. I highly recommend this book to anyone that is using Visio or just getting started with it.
Again cannot stress how valuable having unlimited access to online videos is, it's so much easier to see a quick video with guidance from an expert than having to read pages upon pages of instructions. By buying this book you get both! I'm usually one to borrow books from the library, but this is one purchase I certainly do not regret.
The author does a great job at offering both basic and power user techniques. His scenarios are spot on to help guide the way I set things up for our team. The keyboard shortcuts and tips are so good. I hear the words "Right click shapes like there's no tomorrow" in my head every time I open Visio. Great resource.
I've bought a lot of books over the years and this one, for me is by far the best teaching book I have come across. If you are new to Visio I highly recommend this book.
1st word of the 3rd paragraph of the 3rd chapter. Seems like some zero-based index programming bug!