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Microsoft Visio 2010 : Sharing and Publishing Diagrams - Saving Visio-Created Websites on a SharePoint Server

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Important

Using the Save As Web Page feature to publish a website to a SharePoint server produces a very different result than publishing Visio drawings to Visio Services on a SharePoint server.

In the previous exercise, you used the Save As Web Page feature in Visio to create a website that you stored on your computer. The sidebar in that section described how to move the published website to another location. With the increasing popularity of SharePoint, you might choose to move your website to a SharePoint server. However, it isn’t necessary to publish the website locally first and then move it to SharePoint—you can publish directly to SharePoint.


Set Up

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Data Graphics

  1. Press Ctrl+A to select all shapes on the Main Process page. Then on the Data tab, in the Display Data group, click the Data Graphics button.

  2. In the Available Data Graphics section of the gallery, click Color by Process Status. Visio applies the color-by-value data graphic to the shapes on this page.

  3. Click the Print and Fulfill page name tab, select all shapes on that page, and apply the same data graphic.

  4. On the File tab, click Save & Send, and then click the Change File Type button.

  5. In the Other File Types section, click Web Page (*.htm) [do not click Web Drawing (*.vdw)], and then click the Save As button.

  6. At the top of the Save As dialog box, click in the address box and type the URL for your SharePoint Server.

    Tip

    Often the easiest way to select the desired folder on the correct SharePoint site is to navigate to it first in your web browser. After locating the correct folder, copy and paste its URL into the address bar at the top of the Save As dialog box.

    See Also
  7. In the Save As dialog box, click the Save button.

    Visio creates your website on the SharePoint server, where it is now accessible by anyone with access to the server and appropriate permission. Visio also opens the website in your browser.

    See Also

    The webpage shown in this graphic displays the color-by-value data graphic that you applied to this page. It’s important to understand, however, that this is a static webpage. If the data values in the Visio drawing change, causing the data graphics to change, you will need to repeat Steps 4 through 7 to see the changes.

Clean Up

Save the changes to the Theater Ticketing Website drawing, and then close it.

With this webpage layout in mind, you will now learn about Visio Services so you can compare the static website you created here to a dynamic web drawing you will create in an upcoming exercise.

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