In a corporate environment, the folks over in human resources need to be able to create organizational charts, some business presentations, and maybe some directional maps and building floorplans to guide visitors through the facility. But, in the same company, the programmers and engineers also need software that lets them build UML diagrams, workflows, program structures, web design diagrams, electrical engineering diagrams, and database diagrams.
What's the solution? Buy one graphics program that suits one group but forces the other to compromise and make do? Or purchase two separate graphics programs for each department's special needs and hope that your company approves the purchase? What about none of the above?
Edraw Max lets you create charts and diagrams to suit all of these requirements and much more. With over 4600 included vector symbols and an extensive library of pre-drawn illustrations, you'll never have to purchase another graphics program ever again!
If you are familiar with the Microsoft Office environment, you'll pick up Edraw Max in no time flat. Using templates, shapes, and drawing tools, you'll be able to intuitively build charts and diagrams that convey information more effectively than ever before. Using a drag-and-drop design technique, combined with automatic alignment and your choice of colors, fonts, and styles, building your diagrams in Edraw Max is quick and easy.
The best thing about Edraw Max is its flexibility. You can import existing Visio XML files, as well as a variety of graphics formats, and the projects that you create in Edraw Max can be exported in any graphics format, printed with full WYSIWYG support, or even shared with others as a standalone executable file. You can even link diagrams to underlying data to provide even more detailed information to your audience.
The Edraw Max developers never rest, and as a result, the application has been continuously improved by software updates which have made the program faster than ever before, with new support for printing and exporting large documents.
Review Written by Derek Lee
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