Microsoft Visio is a diagramming tool that is part of the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software. It is primarily used for creating various types of diagrams, such as flowcharts, organizational charts, network diagrams, and more. Visio provides a user-friendly interface with a wide range of shapes, templates, and tools to help users visualize and communicate complex information effectively.

Key features of Microsoft Visio include:

  • Templates and Shapes: Visio comes with a large library of templates and shapes that cater to different types of diagrams and industries. This makes it easy to start creating diagrams without having to design everything from scratch.
  • Customizable Diagrams: Users can customize shapes, lines, colours, and other elements to create diagrams that suit their specific needs. This flexibility allows for the creation of professional-looking diagrams.
  • Export and Integration: Diagrams created in Visio can be exported in various formats, including PDF, image files, and even web pages. This makes it easy to share diagrams with people who may not have Visio installed.
Campus deployment
Deployed at U of T Saint George campus Deployed at U of T Missisauga campus Deployed at U of T Scarborough campus
User group
Available to Staff Available to Faculty Available to Students


UTmail+ Home

Log in to your online Outlook/UTmail+ account and click on the waffle in the top left corner. Select the Visio tool.

Visio web-based version is available for Faculty, Staff and Students.


Get Help

Access the Enterprise Service Centre (ESC) to open an incident ticket.