lundi 4 février 2013 16:02
I built a flow chart diagram which grew quite large over time, so I want to split it to be displayed on two visio sheets. Part one on one sheet and connected through a hyperlink at the end of chart one, part two on a separate sheet.
This cannot be that difficult, but I couldn't just copy and past it, since the swimlanes will not be copyied if I only select the the activities of the second part. However, if I select the whole diagram, I have to manualy erase every activity which is not element of the part of the process I am working one, resulting in ugly diagrams through autocorrection.
Hope I got my problem across, if not, I will gladly supply any information needed!
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mardi 5 février 2013 07:38Modérateur
Check to see whether this is what you want. See the following pictures:
Select the shapes which should stay in page 2, then cut them and paste into page 2.
Add a button at the button of page 1. Then write some code in CommandButton1_Click event. The code is listed below:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
ActiveWindow.Page = ActiveDocument.Pages(2).Name
After click the button, then it will jump to the page 2.
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mardi 5 février 2013 12:32
If the purpose is for printing, you can arrange a drawing to print on multiple pages.
If it is for simplification, (and depending on the version), you can create a subprocess. This is just a matter of selecting the shapes you want on the page and the process will create a new page and replace the selected shapes with a new shape hyperlinked to the new page.
John... the original Visio MVP (since 1993) Visio.MVPs.org
You can then do a relayout to clean up the drawing.