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Old 10-24-2013, 07:02 AM
bbelko bbelko is offline Determine Visio 2010 version Windows 7 64bit Determine Visio 2010 version Office 2010 32bit
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I need to count how many Microsoft Visio products we have installed in our company. I have report generated from Altiris and there are such records:

Microsoft Visio Premium 2010
Microsoft Visio Standard 2010
Microsoft Office Visio 2010

What is the difference between "Microsoft Visio" and "Microsoft Office Visio" ?
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Old 10-24-2013, 08:40 AM
JimP JimP is offline Determine Visio 2010 version Windows 7 32bit Determine Visio 2010 version Office 2010 32bit
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My understanding is that Microsoft "Office" is an "Office" of software (i.e., Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, et al). However, I am not aware of Visio being a part of that "Office" suite of software. I have always known it to be a standalone software (i.e., Professional and Standard versions only) of the Microsoft family.

Note: After the original posting I visited where it notes that Visio is not part of the Office family but, as a "related" product. So, I think you can scratch "Microsoft Office Visio" off of your list.
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