Libre Office Visio Import
Since the first release of our filter in LibreOffice 3.5.0, we were improving it thanks to bug reports from our users. It is a big
As one of the open source Visio alternatives, LibreOffice allows users to generate, edit and view Microsoft documents including diagrams and text files. Besides, the software also includes collaboration tools, compliance tracking, document archiving, document assembly, document retention, and optical character recognition.
- Draw lets you produce anything from a quick sketch to a complex plan, and gives you the means to communicate with graphics and diagrams. With a maximum page size of 300cm by 300cm, Draw is a an excellent package for producing technical drawings.
- You can access your graphics from any OpenDocument compliant software. Import graphics from all common formats (including BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and WMF). Use Draw’s free feature to create Flash (.swf) versions of your work.
- Import of MS Visio files Yes. Supported (Visio 2000-2013). LibreOffice Draw, drawing and vector graphics software that supports pages (up to 300cm x 300cm), layers, numerous drawing tools and DTP features. MS Powerpoint provides some features of a drawing software. PIM and email software.
- LibreOffice is a very popular, open source and feature-rich Office suite. This VSD viewer provides some handy features for viewing Visio files: It can let you view all the pages from a Visio file. It provides navigation explorer at the left side of its interface to quickly explore all the pages of a Visio file.
Libreoffice Visio EquivalentBut wait... Do I write this blog now only to thank the people who contributed to the current quality of the filter? Yes to a big extent! Nevertheless, I know that the distinguished readers of this blog would like to have some news. And, yes, we have some news.
libvisiolibrary underwent heavy re-factoring as we started to understand more and more details about the underlying file-format.
- A particular bug report about files imported as empty pages provided us with a document structure that we did never see before. This resulted in a more generic parser and unification on the way we parse master shapes and visible pages.
- This re-factoring in its turn allowed us to extend our file-format coverage to all earlier binary Visio file-format versions. We now support all binary Visio documents starting from Visio 1 (released in 1992).
- Extending the support to earlier file-format versions allowed us to better understand the development of the file-format, to find more information that we did not parse before, and improve the conversion quality for other binary versions too.
- Another re-factoring came with our work to support the
XML-based Visio file-formats, namely the 'XML Drawing' also known as
*.vdx; and the Microsoft Visio 2013 new file-format, known as
Libre Version Of PdfALL
Libre Draw Visio StencilsVisio files starting from Visio 1 (release in 1992) until Microsoft Visio 2013 (released just some weeks ago).
And since the readers of this blog are more interested in pictures than in pointless words, here come some candies for your eyes:
|File opened in Visio 1.0||The same file opened in LibreOffice 4.0.0 beta1|
Libre Word Processing
|VSDX File opened in Microsoft Visio 2013||The same file opened in LibreOffice 4.0.0 beta1|