Milan, et al ...

 >>When I had to do this (a couple of years ago), I was advised to 
save the Visio diagram as a .wmf file, and then import that.<<

I've had all kinds of text/font related problems trying to use *.wmf 
files created by Visio in the past. Perhaps things have improved 
since, but I often found text from diagrams had shifted or was 
missing altogether. *.emf files were better but not better enough.

I use Illustrator instead.

Dennis Brunnenmeyer...
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At 11:50 AM 5/29/2008, Milan Davidovic wrote:
>On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 2:44 PM, Art Campbell <art.campbell at gmail.com> 
>wrote:
> > If I were you, I'd print to a PDF from Visio or SaveAs a graphic
> > format from Visio and import the resulting file as a referenced file.
>
>When I had to do this (a couple of years ago), I was advised to save
>the Visio diagram as a .wmf file, and then import that.
>
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