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Visio Professional 5.0

By Scott Clark Plan and then diagram! One product that has been making such diagrams possible for business applications is Visio Corporation's Visio family of products. Visio has released a version of the product which can be used not only to visualize information infrastructures, define databases, plan software systems and analyze business processes, but also to plan and create diagrams for Web sites! Visio Corporation: http://www.visio.com
Visio Professional 5.0
System Requirements:
  • Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0
  • 486/66 processor (minimum); Pentium processor or higher (recommended)
  • 16 MB of RAM (Windows 95); 24 MB of RAM (Windows NT)
  • 15 MB of free hard-disk space for a minimum installation; up to 110 MB of free hard-disk space for a full installation
  • CD-ROM for installation
    Price: $349.00
    Product Demo: http://www.visio.com/prodemo/

    Visio Professional actually has a lot of features, but since most of our readers are concerned specifically with the Web-related aspects of the tool, that is what we will focus on in this review. Visio Corporation created VP 5.0 for anyone interested in planning, creating or managing information systems and processes, and that definitely includes Web developers.

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