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Visio 2007 - Internet publishing of visio file

Postby Joachim.Nyseth » Thu, 27 Sep 2007 19:25:54 GMT

Dear all.

Explanation of issue:

I have published a visio file via sharepoint by saving the file as a
webpage. I have several sheets in the visio page. When opening the
file in sharepoint, it gives a generic view with the option of
selecting what sheet to pick. However, it does not change the url
address when I select a new sheet. It simply keeps the address the
same regardless which sheet I choose.

My target is to create a link directly to a sheet instead of seeing
the overview. If I try this today, it will merely prompt me to the
generic view first and from there I have to select the sheet I wish it
displayed in the first place. I don't wish to create PDF files. I wish
to utilize the webpage generated.

Question:

How can i get a direct link to a sheet in the webpage when publishing
it on sharepoint?


Visio 2007 - Internet publishing of visio file

Postby Joachim.Nyseth » Thu, 27 Sep 2007 19:59:48 GMT

Dear all.

Explanation of issue:

I have published a visio file via sharepoint by saving the file as a
webpage. I have several sheets in the visio page. When opening the
file in sharepoint, it gives a generic view with the option of
selecting what sheet to pick. However, it does not change the url
address when I select a new sheet. It simply keeps the address the
same regardless which sheet I choose.

My target is to create a link directly to a sheet instead of seeing
the overview. If I try this today, it will merely prompt me to the
generic view first and from there I have to select the sheet I wish it
displayed in the first place. I don't wish to create PDF files. I wish
to utilize the webpage generated.

Question:

How can i get a direct link to a sheet in the webpage when publishing
it on sharepoint?


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