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From image *to* Visio?

The Aspose.Diagram Visio site works in the direction of Visio > other stuff. Someone gave me a project where a person quit and left behind Word docs with screenshots of Visio flowchart, but zero actual Visio files.

Is there something somewhere that can create a Visio from an image?


Please take a look at this Image to Visio converter web app.

Yes, I failed to mention an important fact: I tried that. I uploaded the same JPEG and converted to the nine .VXXX formats, and each resulted in either a blank file or the result was the same graphic as a layer within a Visio. I tried to ungroup – no joy.

Then I read the text below the blue area to import, and when I saw “Supported Documents” was followed only by various Vision types, I thought, “Maybe those are the only inputs allowed.”

My Visio is Plan 2, info says “2202 build 14931.20292, 32-bit”. It’s a corporate machine. My personal machine is a Mac, and for what it’s worth – working for decades as the lone Mac users in a sea of Windows – the product OmniGraffle has worked back and forth with Visio very well, but all of the nine conversions either crashed OG or came up blank.

Any idea what I’m doing wrong? It must be me!


Please share the problematic file(s) and we’ll look into this issue.

Thank you. This zip contains the one JPEG and the various exports.AsposeTests.zip (564.9 KB)


Thanks for sharing the concerned files. We are investigating this issue. Your investigation ticket ID is DIAGRAMAPP-1323. We’ll notify you in case of any progress update.

It’s been 9 days, and I was wondering if you even been able to reproduce the issues?

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Please note that all free support queries are assisted in first come first serve basis. Your ticket is still under investigation. However, as there’s any progress update, we’ll notify you.


We have an update on this ticket. Since, the image only contains pixel information, so we can’t extract the shape and text from the image.