Demo: Get a new perspective on data with PivotDiagrams

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A PivotDiagram in Microsoft Office Visio 2007 is similar to an Excel PivotTable report: It arranges data in a visual way so that you can more easily see and explain the meaning behind the facts.

When you create a PivotDiagram, Visio imports the data and adds three things to your diagram: a legend with information about the data source, a title box, and a primary shape that aggregates all the data in the data source. All you have to do is click the primary shape and then use the PivotDiagram window to choose data categories to display. You can look at the same data from different angles to establish and analyze relationships that you might miss in a table or a worksheet. Watch the demo to see how PivotDiagrams can help you get a fresh perspective on your data.

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Applies To: Visio 2007

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