This ILT Series course teaches the basic functions and features of Visio Professional 2010. Students will learn how to use stencils, scale and resize objects, draw basic shapes and compound lines, and arrange objects. They will also learn how to create diagrams, work with text, apply formatting, work with background pages, and set file and print properties. Finally, students will create network and brainstorming diagrams, set shape properties, and create reports
This course is designed for persons who have an understanding of the basic workflow and the concept of end-to-end flowcharting.
At Course Completion
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- become familiar with the Visio interface and create a basic Visio document.
- create a route map by using Visio features to work with shapes and text.
- modify, format, and arrange shapes to enhance a basic diagram.
- create process diagrams.
- represent an organization hierarchy as a Visio diagram.
Unit 1: Getting started
Topic A: The Visio 2010 interface
Topic B: Windows, stencils, and objects
Unit 2: Drawing tools
Topic A: Basic shapes and lines
Topic B: Compound lines
Topic C: Editing objects
Unit 3: Basic diagrams
Topic A: Planning a diagram
Topic B: Creating a basic diagram
Topic C: Working with text
Topic D: Organization charts
Unit 4: Formatting drawings
Topic A: Formatting text
Topic B: Formatting shapes and lines
Unit 5: Working with pages
Topic A: File and print properties
Topic B: Working with background pages
Topic C: Working with links
Unit 6: Network and brainstorming diagrams
Topic A: Network diagrams
Topic B: Rack diagrams
Topic C: Brainstorming diagrams
Unit 7: Customization and reporting
Topic A: Layout and connection techniques
Topic B: Shape properties
Topic C: Reporting
- Students should be familiar with using personal computers and have used a mouse and keyboard (basic typing skills are recommended).
- They should be comfortable in the Windows environment and be able to use Windows to manage information on their computers. Specifically, they should be able to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and mange files and folders.