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I have two systems I use on a regular basis. I use one for presentations and the other I use to do my work. I have Visio on my main system but I do not have it on my other system I am using for the presentation. Is there a way to open these diagrams so that I can display the content without having the full up version of Visio installed?

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Try the Microsoft Visio 2007 document viewer

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You can use Microsoft's Visio viewer. You can also use Lucidchart's Visio Viewer functionality which is an online application that imports/exports Visio files.

That would allow you to also make changes, if necessary, to your diagram when you don't have access to Visio.

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