Microsoft Visio Viewer 64-bit 2013Viewer for Visio diagrams and drawings
Microsoft Visio 2013 Viewer 64-bit allows anyone to view Visio drawings inside their Microsoft Internet Explorer Web browser.
Microsoft Visio Viewer 64-bit 2013 details
|Released:||Nov 29, 2012|
|File size:||21.10 MB|
|Keywords:||Visio viewer x64, Visio printer x64, preview Visio chart x64, Visio x64, viewer x64, diagram x64|
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Microsoft Visio Viewer 64-bit for Windows 10 - Full description
Microsoft Office is definitely one of the most comprehensive suites available for the Windows operating system, but one of its disadvantages that its generated files formats are not natively supported by the OS, meaning they cannot be accessed without a dedicated application, not even to preview their contents.
When it comes to previewing the diagrams created using Microsoft Visio, one can use a standalone tool that opens these file or they can use Microsoft Visio Viewer, an app that allows users to rely on their Internet Explorer to view the diagrams, without being able to modify their contents.
In other words, after Microsoft Visio Viewer is installed, when tying to open any Visio file, the currently installed version of Internet Explorer launches and it displays the chart. The benefit of using IE for opening files with the .VSD, .VSS, .VST, .VDX, .VSX, and .VTX extensions is that users get a familiar environment to manage their documents, and do not need to learn new hotkey combinations or get used to other menus.
Microsoft Visio Viewer also offers users the possibility to enlarge the chart to allow them to carefully analyze each detail or to zoom out to get a clear overview of all the components of the diagram. The properties of each shape can be explored, along with the display settings or the markup and layer ones.
Considering it is basically a viewer, the software does not support stencils, rulers, guides, panes, or guide points, therefore these are not displayed. The same applies to embedded DGN drawings, hyperlinks associated with the drawing page, rotated pages or the drawing page properties.
To conclude, Microsoft Visio Viewer can help users preview their Visio diagrams and explore them within any windows of Internet Explorer they might have on their computer. However, no editing actions are supported, so additional tools are required for modifying the charts.