VSDX files were introduced by Visio 2013 and are used to save drawings.
Visio 2013 is a program used to make technical drawings and illustrations, and in this case, VSDX files store shapes, lines, text, and other objects arranged on a canvas in a free form.
VSDX files are mostly used for storing flow charts, process diagrams, flow charts, and other types of drawings.
The VSDX format is an evolution of the older binary VSD format and the XML-based VDX format used by versions prior to Visio 2010.
The VSDX format uses Open Packaging Conventions (OPC), which is based on XML and uses a ZIP container to package all the content of the drawing.
If you do not have the Visio 2013 program, it is possible to view the contents of a VSDX file by simply renaming its extension to ZIP and unzipping the file.
VSDX files are both files and packages, due to their nature.
VSDX files are also closely related to the following set of file types:
To work with VSDX files, you must have the following software package:
If you downloaded a VSDX file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open VSDX File on iOS device follow steps below:
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