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Microsoft Visio Professional 2013 makes it easier than ever for individuals and teams to create and share professional, versatile diagrams that simplify complex information. It includes all of the functionality of Visio Standard 2013 as well as updated shapes, templates, and styles; enhanced support for team collaboration, including the ability for several people to work on a single diagram at the same time; and the ability to link diagrams to data. Visio Professional 2013 also adds additional stencils for business and engineering diagrams; process diagrams (including Business Process Model and Notation [BPMN] 2.0); maps and floor plans; network diagrams; and software and database diagrams.

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Over 60 built-in templates, many with updated shapes
Streamline teamwork and reduce the risk of errors by allowing two or more people to work on the same diagram in a single file at the same time
Link to data from several popular structured data sources, including Microsoft Excel, SQL Server, SQL Azure, and SharePoint Lists and Business Connectivity Services
Get visual indicators of what shapes others are working on and easily sync diagrams when saving
Reveal patterns and meaning in your data with data graphics, such as vibrant icons, symbols, colors, and bar graphs
Share and comment on diagrams—both static and data linked—through a web browser

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