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Class DiagramFileType

    • Field Detail

      • Vsd

        public static final DiagramFileType Vsd

        VSD files are drawings created with Microsoft Visio application to represent variety of graphical objects and the interconnection between these. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vsdx

        public static final DiagramFileType Vsdx

        Files with .VSDX extension represent Microsoft Visio file format introduced from Microsoft Office 2013 onwards. It was developed to replace the binary file format, .VSD, which is supported by earlier versions of Microsoft Visio. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vss

        public static final DiagramFileType Vss

        VSS are stencil files created with Microsoft Visio 2007 and earlier. Stencil files provide drawing objects that can be included in a .VSD Visio drawing. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vst

        public static final DiagramFileType Vst

        Files with VST extension are vector image files created with Microsoft Visio and act as template for creating further files. These template files are in binary file format and contain the default layout and settings that are utilized for creation of new Visio drawings. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vsx

        public static final DiagramFileType Vsx

        Files with .VSX extension refer to stencils that consist of drawings and shapes that are used for creating diagrams in Microsoft Visio. VSX files are saved in XML file format and was supported till Visio 2013. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vtx

        public static final DiagramFileType Vtx

        A file with VTX extension is a Microsoft Visio drawing template that is saved to disc in XML file format. The template is aimed to provide a file with basic settings that can be used to create multiple Visio files of the same settings. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vdw

        public static final DiagramFileType Vdw

        VDW is the Visio Graphics Service file format that specifies the streams and storages required for rendering a Web drawing. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vdx

        public static final DiagramFileType Vdx

        Any drawing or chart created in Microsoft Visio, but saved in XML format have .VDX extension. A Visio drawing XML file is created in Visio software, which is developed by Microsoft. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vssx

        public static final DiagramFileType Vssx

        Files with .VSSX extension are drawing stencils created with Microsoft Visio 2013 and above. The VSSX file format can be opened with Visio 2013 and above. Visio files are known for representation of a variety of drawing elements such as collection of shapes, connectors, flowcharts, network layout, UML diagrams, Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vstx

        public static final DiagramFileType Vstx

        Files with VSTX extensions are drawing template files created with Microsoft Visio 2013 and above. These VSTX files provide starting point for creating Visio drawings, saved as .VSDX files, with default layout and settings. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vsdm

        public static final DiagramFileType Vsdm

        Files with VSDM extension are drawing files created with Microsoft Visio application that supports macros. VSDM files are OPC/XML drawings that are similar to VSDX, but also provide the capability to run macros when the file is opened. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vssm

        public static final DiagramFileType Vssm

        Files with .VSSM extension are Microsoft Visio Stencil files that support provide support for macros. A VSSM file when opened allows to run the macros to achieve desired formatting and placement of shapes in a diagram. Learn more about this file format here.

      • Vstm

        public static final DiagramFileType Vstm

        Files with VSTM extension are template files created with Microsoft Visio that support macros. Unlike VSDX files, files created from VSTM templates can run macros that are developed in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code. Learn more about this file format here.

    • Constructor Detail

      • DiagramFileType

        public DiagramFileType()
        Serialization constructor