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Importing CSV into Visio 2003/2007

Importing CSV into Visio 2003/2007

Importing CSV into Visio 2003/2007

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Hello,
I am hoping someone can help with a code or similar to import csv files into Visio 2003/2007 (we have both).

We have a document management system (DMS) which has a workflow engine. Long story short we need to get these workflows out of the ECM and process mapped in preparation for a new workflow manager. The DMS can only export as a .CSV (or .WFE) which was fine with the older versions of Visio, which we do not have.

So what we need is a means of converting the .CSV into a Visio acceptible format.

Does anyone have a code which will do this or an add-in maybe? I have searched the net and have not found anything that seems to work.

Thank you in anticipation of your help.

Joanne

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