Space Planning

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Space Planning

This diagram shows an office layout with details for each office and cubical.

Diagram Layout

The diagram shows an overhead view of an office. Each office and cubical is shown and has detailed information on the occupant, including Office Number, Occupant, Department, Title and phone number.

Data

The data for this diagram is taken from an HR type database. The data resides in an Excel file named “Space Planning Data.xls”. The data is stored in the table named “SEA03Floor04”. The data table has the following columns: • Cube # – The number of the office or cubical. • Name – The occupant of the office. • Title – Employee’s title • Reports_To • Organization – The employee’s main department. • Department • Telephone – Telephone number • E-mail • BUILDING ADDRESS1 • BUILDING NAME • Floor # • LOC CITY • LOC STATE • LOC ZIP

Data Graphics

There is one data graphic used in this diagram.

Data - Office Details

This data graphic is made up of six elements and is applied to offices and cubicles in the space plan. • Organization – This is a color by value element that displays one of six colors depending on the employee’s organization. • Cube # – A text element. • Name – A text element. • Title – A text element. • Organization – A text element. • Telephone – A text element.

Refreshing Data

Originally the Visio Drawing and Data files were placed in the following directory “C:\ Professional Services”. To refresh the data when the data file resides in a different location use the following steps: 1. Right Click on the External Data window and choose “Configure Refresh” 2. Click “Change Data Source…” 3. Choose “Microsoft Office Excel workbook”, then click “Next >” 4. Click “Browse…”, navigate to and select “Space…...

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