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Connecting multiple Visio Documents

Connecting multiple Visio Documents

Connecting multiple Visio Documents

Okay here is the situation:

My company currently utilizes NETVIZ for Nework Documentation. I was tasked to Export NETVIZ to Visio 2007 pro. Since our documentation is over 1400 pages we could not export it as 1 document becuase Visio would crash trying to load it. So i went through it and loaded one by one. Some documents are just one page but some are up to 20 pages.

What I need to be able to do is to go back through and reconnect all these. The ultimate goal is to get it all in one document saved as a web document so we can then display on Sharepoint or on Orion.  but all the document s must be linkable. I am not sure the best way to go anbout this. I have tried several methods with minimal success.

First I tried to load each document and create a "Home" and "Back One" shapes with hyperlinks to the first docuemnt or the previous document. I have linked about 5 Documents doing this, and then save, and saved as web page. The web page automatically loads and I then try the shapes with the hyperlink, one maybe even two of them will work but it will not work beyond that, i will get a Internet connection lost error.

I also tried the OPC shapesheet Off-Document Referance and get the same results.

The only other option I have not tried is loading each docuemnt then copying and pasting into one document and linking the pages internally, then saving it all as one document and one web page, but my fear is that it will be to big to load.

Any advice on how to attack this?

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