Welcome to the MDG Integration for Microsoft Office. This extension to Enterprise Architect enriches your documents and spreadsheets with tools for UML®, SysML, BPMN™ and many other modeling notations.
PowerPoint integration provides easy access to Enterprise Architect's model repository within PowerPoint presentations. You can insert references to the model, use hyperlinked model element names, insert diagrams as images and tabulate package contents on slides.
References can be refreshed when required to fetch the latest model information, automatically updating the PowerPoint slides!
The Excel Importer tool allows users to import contents from Excel workbooks into Enterprise Architect as model elements. This includes importing spreadsheet data as UML Elements, Connectors, Attributes and Operations.
Excel Export allows users to publish Enterprise Architect model contents including elements, connectors, tagged values, attributes and operations, as Excel Workbooks. Users also have the flexibility to generate the model contents to a pre-formatted Excel worksheet.
The Word Importer tool brings Requirements, Use Cases, Processes, Classes and other data from Word documents into Enterprise Architect as model elements. The Word Importer provides a step-by-step approach that helps you map items such as sections, tables and delimited name-value pairs to Enterprise Architect elements and properties – including defining custom tagged values.
The reusable profiles offers a convenient way to allow users to define the configurations once for a particular document structure (template) and reuse it for all documents that follow a similar structure.
MDG Integration for Office also includes a Visio Importer, which translates Microsoft Visio diagrams (files with .vsd and .vdx extensions) into an equivalent model in Enterprise Architect.
Migrating from Visio to Enterprise Architect helps you to better utilize existing data across the whole enterprise. Read more about moving from Visio to Enterprise Architect.
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