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New software like word processor for images

SmartDraw VP allows users to create professional-quality visuals in the same way that word processors allow professionally formatted written documents.
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Visual processor™ SmartDraw VP allows users to create professional-quality visuals in the same way that word processors allow professionally formatted written documents.

"This is possible because both the word processor and visual processor automatically format your content, " said Paul Stannard, CEO of SmartDraw. "When you add or remove text in your written document, the word processor automatically reformats the text and repaginates. In the same way, when you add or remove shapes in your visual, the visual processor automatically reformats the layout."

SmartDraw VP automates the creation of 70 different types of business visuals including flowcharts, mind maps, Gantt charts, timelines, floor plans, data charts and more. Built-in integration with Microsoft Office® and Adobe PDF allows users to create and then share SmartDraw visuals with one click.

For more information, or to try it for free, visit www.SmartDraw.com.

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