When we went to school our teachers used to tell us that the best way to learn was drawing up a diagram. Regardless of whether we were talking about grammar, medicine or physics. Couldn't remember concepts? A diagram would sort that out. That's why we would have loved a program of the likes of this one back then to offer us neat and tidy diagrams, without blots and with the possibility to redo them as many times as we want.
In this review, we're going to analyze the main features of DiagramPainter. Diagrams, organizational charts, outlines... This tool allows you to create all sorts of sketches based on preset designs that you can edit to your own liking, copying them, moving them, changing their color and size, and choosing the font type and size for the texts inserted. It also allows you to incorporate your own images and create tables.
DiagramPainter is an editor to draw flow charts, mindmaps, organizational charts, and similar diagrams.
Although the final result isn't as professional as we'd like, it's good enough. You'll be able to save all your projects in JPG, PNG, BMP, and GIF format, and even print them from the application itself. All the latter, by means of a simple and intuitive system that invites you to create from the very first moment.
You can try it for free, but later you'll have to pay
Microsoft Store offers us the possibility to try the tool out to see how it works. However, we won't be able to save any projects, export them, open already created projects or copy them to the clipboard. It's a rather limited version that we can use for 1 day, but enough to try it out, and a recommendable option before searching for a serial number in Google.