Course | September 20 | 1:30-4 p.m. | 239 Campus Shared Services (1608 4th Street, Berkeley)
This course details the process by which Microsoft Visio diagrams are developed using Stencils, Shapes, Connectors, and through the incorporation of design tools and visual aids. Emphasis is placed on common diagram types and object organization using multi-page and multi-layer design layouts.
* Understand diagramming concepts and the relationships between Drawings, Stencils, Master Shapes, and Shape Instances.
* Create, manipulate, and format shape objects and text content.
* Enhance diagrams by incorporating graphics and other visual elements.
* Utilize Connectors to dynamically link objects and control Connection Points.
* Control object placement using an inventory of design tools and visual aids including Rulers, Grids, Dynamic Grids, Guides, Snap, and Glue.
* Design multi-page and multi-layer diagrams to organize objects.
* Preview common proprietary diagrams used for concept mapping, flowcharting and workflows, brainstorming, project management, and scaled drawings.
* Render information from an external data source as a diagram."