Microsoft Releases Office Visio 2007 WBS Modeler

 
Microsoft Office Visio 2007 WBS Modeler is intended to improve the project planning process by giving the opportunity to generate Project Plans from a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) using a graphical representation of elements.
 
WBS Modeler can either be used to visualize and edit an existing project plan or to create a new project plan in Microsoft Office Visio 2007 Professional and then export it to Microsoft Office Project (2003+) to carry out the next planning steps.
 
The Application enables effective integration of Visio with Microsoft Office Project. It provides an approach to visually and graphically create, edit and modify project plans using Visio.
 
The WBS Modeler offers the ability to manage project elements in a graphical view, as well as offering functionality to layout a WBS in Visio. The WBS can be exported back to Microsoft Office Project into a new project plan. It is also possible to update an existing plan. However this update process is limited to deleting, renaming or adding elements. Moving elements is not supported at the current stage.
 
To organize the structure within a WBS Modeler the outline code from Microsoft Office Project is utilised.

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1 Response to Microsoft Releases Office Visio 2007 WBS Modeler

  1. Unknown says:

    IS there a version of the WBS modeler that can be used with visio 2003? I’ve read some posts that elude to the possibility but can’t fins anything to download apart from the 2007 version which states that visio 2007 is needed.Any help appreciated.

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