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Is there a way to view a visio file on an iPad without converting it to PDF ?
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The Visio 2010 Save as web function produces pages that can be viewed in almost any browser. The rendering is very faithful and provides pan and zoom, and full-text search. Previous versions of Visio produced pages that only worked well in Internet Explorer, but Visio 2010-created pages look good in most browsers.

Try this web-published diagram as an example,if you'd like. In addition to the pan/zoom and full-text search, note that there are hyperlinks on the "Advertise job" and "Hire employee" shapes.
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