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Welcome to the Visio 2013 Automation reference

Last modified: October 31, 2012

Applies to: Office 2013 | Visio 2013

This reference contains conceptual overviews, programming tasks, samples, and references to guide you in developing solutions based on Visio 2013.

We welcome your comments or questions about this content. You can send feedback to docthis@microsoft.com.

Initial publication: July 2012 | Updated: October 2012

This documentation includes the following:

  • An overview of using Automation with Visio.

  • Details on Visio objects, properties, methods, enumerations, and events.

  • Information about the Visio object model, the Visio type library, and extending the functionality of Visio with macros, add-ons, and COM (Component Object Model) add-ins.

  • A sample Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro.

  • Information about common Automation tasks, such as starting the Visual Basic Editor; viewing Visio object, property, method, enumeration, and event descriptions in the Object Browser; connecting to data sources, linking shapes to data, and displaying shape data graphically; and running macros and add-ons.

  • Information about using the Visio Drawing Control to integrate Visio into third-party applications.

For information about working with the cells, rows, and sections of a Visio ShapeSheet, either in the ShapeSheet window or by using Automation, see the Visio 2013 ShapeSheet Reference.

This documentation contains the following sections:

  • Concepts: Provides important concepts for developing custom Visio solutions.

  • Common tasks: Describes common automation tasks for developing custom Visio solutions.

  • Reference: Provides reference materials for the Visio object model.

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