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We have a visio file that we want to make web ready. What is the best way to do this?
I could definitely make use of this as well ;)
Two ways. You can make it a GIF file or you can make it a HTML page. If you choose the second option all it does it create a HTML page with a table that contains the GIF file.
What I did was export as a GIF file then use image mappings for linking from certain points in the process as the department that gave me the 20 Visio files wanted a lot of processes cross linked.
However, if I remember right, someone here helped me through this (I posted this around a half year ago) and might drop in to point out other ways.
Visio 2000 has this feature built in. You can just export as HTML, and it creates the web pages you need to display the diagram.
Guess I should of mentioned version :(. I use Visio 5/Pro. When I do "save as HTML" this is what it generates (Drawing 1 being the GIF that I mentioned)..
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML//EN">
<META NAME="GENERATOR" CONTENT="Visio 5.0">
<IMG SRC="Drawing1.gif" ALT="Page-1" BORDER="0">
Page 1 of 1<BR>
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