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Posted on 2001-07-23
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How do I create a database based on a visio 2000 drawing
I've seen it done but not sure how to do it?
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You need to do this from within Visio.  I've used Visio Enterprise before to do it.  

If the drawing was done using a Database template, you should see a "Database" menu on the Visio toolbar when you open the drawing.  You can then choose "Generate" from the Database menu and then just follow the prompts to create an MDB file.
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I don't think this feature is available except in the Enterprise Visio :(
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You are correct. Once I installed the ee version I saw the generate and ran it. worked great.
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Glad you got it to work!
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