Microsoft provides free illustrations and icons content libraries to Microsoft Visio users
The Microsoft Office software team recently announced the release of a new version update to test. Unexpectedly, this update has new features for Microsoft Visio.
Microsoft Visio is the flowchart software in the Microsoft office software business. This software is commercial software and therefore has to be purchased at an additional cost and is not for individual users.
With the help of this software, we can draw various flowcharts very easily, and we can also insert other elements downloaded from the Internet into the flowchart for drawing.
In this update, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Visio will provide a free illustration library and icon content library for the software, most of which are vector graphics so it can be enlarged without distortion.
The new version with a free illustration library and icon content library is currently being tested, so only users participating in Microsoft Office Insider can try it out.
If you have already participated in the test plan, please go to the About page of Microsoft Visio to check for updates and upgrade the software to the latest beta version to use the content library.
After the upgrade is complete, the version should be 2101.13707.20008, then create any flow chart and click the icon in the insert option to view the content library.
The content library has been arranged by category, you can directly select materials by category, or you can directly enter keywords to retrieve the vector graphics provided by Microsoft.
If you need to add an illustration to the flowchart, click the illustration tab and select it in the content library. The illustration library can also be searched by keywords.
At present, most of these materials are vector graphics that can be zoomed in without distortion and reduce the sharpness. Interested users can wait for the Microsoft stable version to update.