I think that Visual Studio.Net is required for the XMI export to work.
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> I had the same problem.
> In Viso 2002pro it did not work but in viso for enterprise. So it seems
> it simply doesnt work in visio 2002
> > Ronnie,
> > that is exactly what I did. I compiled the vsl per instructions, but
> > obviously on a machine with VS.Net. Then copied it to a second machine
> > VS.Net is not present, but Visio 2002 Pro is. Even tried on a third
> > without luck.
> > Julio
> > > The XMI export relies on certain files from VS.Net, thus on a machine
> > > VS.Net, it shows up.
> > > For Visio 2002 Pro, you can build an addon that calls the XMI export
> > > make it show up in the Visio Extras menu.
> > > This MSDN article shows how to do that.
> > > tml/umlxmi.asp
> > > --
> > > -ronnie
> > > [MS]
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> > > > Hello,
> > > > I installed 2002 Pro, downloaded the XMI Exporter from , compiled
> > > add
> > > > on, and placed the files in the appropriate location . However,
> > XMI
> > > > Export option doesn't appear under Tools > Macros > Visio Extras.
> > > > The exact same files (in the same locations) work on a second PC
> > has
> > > > Visio for Enterprise Architects.
> > > > Thanks,
> > > > Julio
> > > > 
> > > > ase%2Easp%3Freleaseid%3D35645%26redirect%3Dno
> > > > 
> > > > VisioUmlAddon.vsl under C:\Program Files\Microsoft
> > > > Office\Visio10\1033\Solutions\Visio Extras
> > > > XMIExport.dll under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Visio10\DLL