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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Roblivious, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Roblivious

    Roblivious
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    I would like to know if anyone knows how to create a organization flow chart
    from access? Can I peform this within access? or can I have Visio access a
    querry in access and import it into an existing template? I have some
    experience in the creating reports.

    Basically I would like to create a org chart with a manager or managers at
    the top level and have several columns of employees listed below the manger
    level.

    Manager
    |
    Employee1 Employee 2
    employee info employee info
    | |
    Employee3 Employee 4
    employee info employee info

    or
    Manager1 Manager2
    |
    |
    Employee1 Employee 2 Employee3 Employee 4
    employee info employee info employee info employee
    info
    | | |
    |
    Employee5 Employee 6 Employee7 Employee 8
    employee info employee info employee info employee
    info
     
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  3. Barry Gilbert

    Barry Gilbert
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    Visio has a nice wizard in the Org Charts template that will allow you to
    hook up to an Access database (not sure which version of Visio this started
    in. I have 2002). You can create an org chart file in Visio and then drop it
    back into an Access report using Insert>Object.

    HTH,
    Barry

    "Roblivious" wrote:

    > I would like to know if anyone knows how to create a organization flow chart
    > from access? Can I peform this within access? or can I have Visio access a
    > querry in access and import it into an existing template? I have some
    > experience in the creating reports.
    >
    > Basically I would like to create a org chart with a manager or managers at
    > the top level and have several columns of employees listed below the manger
    > level.
    >
    > Manager
    > |
    > Employee1 Employee 2
    > employee info employee info
    > | |
    > Employee3 Employee 4
    > employee info employee info
    >
    > or
    > Manager1 Manager2
    > |
    > |
    > Employee1 Employee 2 Employee3 Employee 4
    > employee info employee info employee info employee
    > info
    > | | |
    > |
    > Employee5 Employee 6 Employee7 Employee 8
    > employee info employee info employee info employee
    > info
    >
    >
     
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