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Comments on 'Wiki diagrammer (Steal this idea!)':

On 31 July 2009 17:43 Aces wrote:
hi all i got two good sites. can get many info from them. they are http://rapidmore.com and http://rapidsharedata.com

On 19 April 2007 19:56 Chris Kohlhardt wrote:
Hi Daniel, We offer the Gliffy Plugin for Confluence which integrates Gliffy into the enterprise wiki by Atlassian. Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYLabE6cfBE Chris Kohlhardt Co-founder, Gliffy Inc.

On 18 May 2007 02:28 AaronF wrote:
Gliffy should be available for DekiWiki too. Have they seen DekiWiki? C'mooon... :-)

On 18 May 2008 07:15 Natasha wrote:
I have found two interesting sources ( Fileshunt.com and Filesfinds.com ) and would like to give the benefit of my experience to you.

On 31 July 2009 17:44 ddasdasdada wrote:
welcome to get info from ( rapidmore.com )

On 29 November 2009 14:49 Fernando wrote:
Thanks for the information!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

On 29 November 2009 16:00 Anna M. Bond wrote:
When working with a table, you can choose one of five basic chart types - for example, histogram, and pie charts. Diagram can also be stored as an image and paste it into your document. The data in the table before creating a chart. For example, if you want to chart your expenses, you can create a string of numbers marked as "fee" and another string to mark as "Groceries." After that, you might label columns by month or week, etc. These labels will appear automatically in the box, create and preview your chart.

On 18 May 2010 08:06 Torrents wrote:
The data in the table before creating a chart. For example, if you want to chart your expenses, you can create a string of numbers marked as "fee" and another string to mark as "Groceries." After that, you might label columns by month or week, etc. These labels will appear automatically in the box, create and preview your chart.


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