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Upgrading from Visio 2000 SR1

Postby Qm9iIEs » Sun, 18 May 2008 04:03:01 GMT

Can anyone tell me if the 2007 Visio Upgrade will work with my current 
version of Visio 2000 SR1?

Re: Upgrading from Visio 2000 SR1

Postby Chris Roth [Visio MVP] » Sun, 18 May 2008 04:42:34 GMT

Hi Bob,

I just looked on Amazon, and it states this for "Microsoft Visio 
Professional 2007 Version Upgrade":

"Upgrade version available to those who have one of the following 
qualifying applications: Microsoft Visio Professional 2000-2002; 
Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2003; Microsoft Visio Standard 
2000-2002; and Microsoft Office Visio Standard 2003-2007"

It looks like you are in luck. Of course I haven't tried it, and that 
blurb was surely written by Marketing :)

-- 
Hope this helps,

Chris Roth
Visio MVP


Visio Guy: Smart Graphics for Visual People

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Re: Upgrading from Visio 2000 SR1

Postby barbway » Fri, 23 May 2008 05:21:57 GMT

It is supported and should work - I have tested it myself. However we have
seen cases where the older installation is not properly recognized, because
the older installation processes were not as clean as the recent versions.
If you try to install and it will not 'see' the previous install, you will
have to provide a CD for the qualifying version. For Visio 2000 media, you
will also need to manually browse to the folder on the CD containing the
setup program - something like x:\Install\Bin, as I recall.

Barb Way
Product Support - Visio
Microsoft Corporation
[This posting is provided "As Is" with no warranties, and confers no
rights.]
--------------------

Hi Bob,

I just looked on Amazon, and it states this for "Microsoft Visio
Professional 2007 Version Upgrade":

"Upgrade version available to those who have one of the following
qualifying applications: Microsoft Visio Professional 2000-2002;
Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2003; Microsoft Visio Standard
2000-2002; and Microsoft Office Visio Standard 2003-2007"

It looks like you are in luck. Of course I haven't tried it, and that
blurb was surely written by Marketing :)

--
Hope this helps,

Chris Roth
Visio MVP


Visio Guy: Smart Graphics for Visual People

Articles: http://www.visguy.com
Shapes: http://www.visguy.com/shapes
Dev: http://www.visguy.com/category/development/
Forum: http://www.viguy.com/vgforum

Bob K wrote:

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\viewkind4\uc1\pard\f0\fs26 It is supported and should work - I have tested it myself. However we have seen cases where the older installation is not properly recognized, because the older installation processes were not as clean as the recent versions. If you try to install and it will not 'see' the previous install, you will have to provide a CD for the qualifying version. For Visio 2000 media, you will also need to manually browse to the folder on the CD containing the setup program - something like x:\\Install\\Bin, as I recall.
\par
\par Barb Way
\par Product Support - Visio
\par Microsoft Corporation
\par [This posting is provided "As Is" with no warranties, and confers no rights.]
\par \pard\li720 --------------------
\par
\par Hi Bob,
\par
\par I just looked on Amazon, and it states this for "Microsoft Visio
\par Professional 2007 Version Upgrade":
\par
\par "Upgrade version available to those who have one of the following
\par qualifying applications: Microsoft Visio Professional 2000-2002;
\par Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2003; Microsoft Visio Standard
\par 2000-2002; and Microsoft Office Visio Standard 2003-2007"
\par
\par It looks like you are in luck. Of course I haven't tried it, and that
\par blurb was surely written by Marketing :)
\par
\par --
\par Hope this helps,
\par
\par Chris Roth
\par Visio MVP
\par
\par
\par Visio Guy: Smart Graphics for Visual People
\par
\par Articles: http://www.visguy.com
\par Shapes: http://www.visguy.com/shapes
\par Dev: http://www.visguy.com/category/development/
\par Forum: http://www.viguy.com/vgforum
\par
\par Bob K wrote:
\par > Can anyone tell me if the 2007 Visio Upgrade will work with my current
\par > version of Visio 2000 SR1?
\par \pard
\par
\par }

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