recently commented on the ability to create storyboardings with PowerPoint in Visual Studio 2012. This functionality is not the nirvana of the storyboardings, but if allowed us to diagram some scenarios that the truth are very well.
Disclaimer: some will ask what happens with SketFlow Expression… because now I will give my opinion in a less open forum.
Well, returning to the StoryBoardings one of the things that we like the most is that in addition to the templates and Shapes that come by default Out-Of-The-Box also Shapes we can import new from Visual Studio Gallery . This link can give you many joys:http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/site/search?f%5B0%5D.Type=RootCategory & (f) % 5B0% 5 d.Value = StoryboardShapes & (f) % 5B0% 5 d.Text = Storyboard % 20Shapes
Once we have downloaded our Shape, the steps to import a file with the extension .sbsx are as follows:
1 Open PowerPoint and access the StoryBoarding in the Ribbon section.
2. Select the option “Import Shapes” inside the Ribbon.
3. Select the file .sbsx
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