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2 1. Navigating MindManager Tool Bars and Tabs...3 The Quick Access Toolbar The File Tab... 3 Printing a Map...4 Saving a Map...4 Help...4 The right-mouse button The Home Tab... 4 Inserting Topics, Subtopics and Floating Topics...5 Topics and Subtopics...5 Floating Topics...5 Moving Topics...5 Different Views closing and opening Subtopics...5 Converting a Subtopic to a Floating Topic...5 Attachments and hyperlinks...6 Adding Attachments...6 Editing Attachments...6 Adding a Hyperlink The Insert Tab... 7 Inserting relationships, callouts and boundaries...8 Relationships...8 Callouts...8 Boundaries...8 Numbering...9 Adding images, tags, icons and labels...9 Images Tags Icons Adding Notes to a Map The Task Tab Priority icons The Design Tab Balance Map... 12
3 Map Themes Modify Map Theme Map Background Formatting topics, boundaries and line styles Topic Shape Layout Line To change all topics, boundaries, callouts in a map use Modify Map Theme The Advanced Tab Split Topic The Review Tab Spellcheck Reviewers comments The View Tab Expand Focus on Topic Show/Hide Zoom in and out Gantt charts Linked Maps Exporting Mindmaps Export as MindManager Viewer Export as Image Export to PowerPoint presentation Export to Word Save your map as a ZIP file: Pack and Go Export as Web pages Further information Find Exporting topics to a new map Linking Multiple Maps Importing another map as a subtopic
4 1. Navigating MindManager 14 Tool Bars and Tabs The toolbar for MindManager 14 has 9 tabs: File; Home; Insert; Task; Design; Advanced; Review; View and Help. Below is the Home tab. The Quick Access Toolbar Whichever tab you click onto, you will always see the Quick Access Toolbar in the top left-hand corner: The icons in the Quick Access Toolbar allow you to: Create a new map Open an existing map Save the map you are working on Print the map you are working on Undo and Redo last changes. You can customise the Quick Access Toolbar by clicking on the arrow to the right. A list appears and you can select or deselect options: 2. The File Tab 3
5 In the top left-hand corner, you will see the File tab which has options for saving, printing and exporting: Printing a Map You can preview how your map will print from the File tab by selecting Print. Here you can Print, Print Preview and also change the settings of the page before you print. Saving a Map To save your map go to File tab and select Save. Your map will be saved as a.mmap file. It is also possible to save your map as an image file by selecting the appropriate type from the dropdown box and a PDF. Name the file and click Save. There are a number of different formats that your Mindmanager map can be exported as and this will covered in detail in the section Exporting Your Mindmap. Help In the top right-hand corner of the screen there is a small icon containing a question mark. If you click on this, it will take you to MindManager s extensive online help. You will also notice when you hover over a button, text will appear outlining the functionality of the particular tool. Online videos are available at: Also, if you click on the Help tab, you will find links to tutorials. The right-mouse button Please note there are many different ways to activate a function in MindManager. For example, clicking on the right-mouse button. 3. The Home Tab 4
6 The Home Tab has most of the functionality that you need to start using MindManager. At the beginning you will have a central topic and you can then add topics to this. Inserting Topics, Subtopics and Floating Topics Topics and Subtopics Click New Topic to add a topic or New Subtopic to add a subtopic. Alternatively you can click Enter on the keyboard to add a new topic Insert on the keyboard to add a new subtopic. To change the text in a topic, double click on the current text and then start typing. Your new name for the topic will appear. You can also change the appearance of the text of your topics from the Font section of the Home tab. To format the topic text, you must first select a topic or this option will be greyed out. This provides you with options to change the colour, font, size and alignment of the text. Floating Topics Select Floating and you can then place your cursor in the correct place on the map to create the Floating Topic. An example of a floating topic An example of a subtopic Moving Topics You can move a topic by clicking on it and dragging it to a new position. The topic and link colour change to red. When you release the mouse it will move to the new position. Different Views closing and opening Subtopics When you are working with a map it can sometimes be helpful to close the subtopics, so you can see the overall structure of the map more clearly. Before each group of subtopics you can see a Θ sign, if you click this the subtopics will close and you will see a. Converting a Subtopic to a Floating Topic When you move a floating topic it often becomes attached to a topic. You can remove the link by 5
7 clicking on the topic and dragging the topic to the appropriate position in the map. Attachments and hyperlinks Adding Attachments Click on the topic you would like to add an attachment to and click the Attach Files icon. This opens the window: You can link to a file or files you have already created or you can create a new empty document. For example you could link to another map you have developed. To add the attachment, click on the yellow folder and navigate to your selected file. Click Insert and then OK. You will see the paperclip icon on your map, when you roll the mouse over this you see the details of the file. To open the file, click the paperclip icon. New to Mindmanager 14, you can drag files from a folder directly onto your topics. You can select to attach it or you can link to the file. Editing Attachments MindManager allows you to edit a Microsoft Office document such as a Word document or PowerPoint presentation. Click the attachment and it will open in a new frame within the interface. From here you can edit and save the document by using the button in the upper right corner of this browser window, to open a separate Microsoft application in a new window. Please note: any changes made to the document will not be applied to the original document. 6
8 Adding a Hyperlink Click on the topic you would like to add a hyperlink to and click the Hyperlink icon. This opens the window: You can add a hyperlink to an existing website, file or address. Once you have filled in the details click OK. If you cannot remember the address of the website, click on the icon of the globe and you can navigate to the website. You will see the icon on your map and when you roll the mouse over this icon, you see the details of the link. To open the file, click the icon; this opens the link in an embedded browser within the MindManager interface allowing you to view the webpage while your map is still open. The embedded web-browser will also allow you to view any attached PDF files directly in the browser window without having to open a separate version. Delete You can quickly remove any formatting, labels, notes, etc from a topic by using the Delete button. You can also use the right-mouse button. 4. The Insert Tab 7
9 Inserting relationships, callouts and boundaries You can add relationship lines between topics to show that there is a connection between the two items. You can then use a Callout to label the relationship. Relationships Click on the Relationship button, select Insert Relationship, next click on the first topic, and then you can drag the relationship to another topic. Click on the second topic to attach the line. To change the style of the relationship, right-click on the line and then select Format Relationship. You can also change the shape of the Relationship by selecting Relationship Shape. Callouts You can add a callout to a relationship or a topic. You could use this to provide further information, for example the nature of a relationship. First, right mouse-click on the relationship and select Insert Callout. Boundaries 8
10 You can group a topic and its subtopics together by adding a boundary. First click on a topic, and click the Boundary Button. You can select from a variety of different types of boundary style. If you select a topic with subtopics, the boundary will also surround the subtopics. It is not possible to group more than one topic within one boundary. To change the way that the line displays on a boundary, right mouse-click on the Boundary line; this opens the Format Boundary window. From here you can adjust the Line Colour, Weight and Pattern. Numbering You can set up automatic numbering for your topics; you might use this, for example, if you were planning the structure of a report. To set up numbering, from the Insert menu select the drop-down arrow below Numbering and select Numbering Options. This opens up the numbering window. Here you can define the numbering scheme and the levels to be numbered. To remove numbering, select Remove Numbering. Adding images, tags, icons and labels 9
11 Images You can add images to your map to help make it more memorable. Click on the topic you wish to add an image to, select Image and select Insert Image from Library. To the right of the screen, you can see a list of icons in folders. Click on an image and a preview of the image appears. You can then select the icons for your topic. You can add one of your own images by selectingimage and then Insert Image from File. You can also drag image files from your personal folders directly into your map. Tags These can be added to give additional information to a topic, for example if you were planning a series of workshops or lectures and wanted to add presenter details. Tags allow you to add a Group and a Name for the marker. You could also use this to differentiate groups in a class. Select the topic you want to add a tag to and click the Tags icon. Choose the option to Add New Tag and add a Group and Name for the tag and click OK. Icons You can use these to differentiate topics. For example, you can prioritise topics, add smileys, flags and icons. More Icons provides an extensive list of other icons which are displayed on the right-hand side of the screen. 10
12 Adding Notes to a Map Click on the topic or subtopic to which you would like to add a note and click the notes button. Notes appear as links on your map. You can use the notes to add extra information. You can also add URLs and images within the notes. If you roll over the notes icon on the map, you can read the note: Be careful about exporting a map with notes because they will not be displayed when you export a map as an image. However, it is possible to print notes by right-mouse clicking on the notes and selecting Print or the notes could be copied into a WORD document. Notes are visible if exporting in the MindManager Viewer (PDF or SWF) format There is an automatic spellcheck in MindManager which will underline words where there may be an issue with spelling. The spellcheck for the whole map is found in the Review tab. 11
13 5. The Task Tab The Task tab is new to Mindmanager 14, and introduces new ways to collaborate online. Most functionality is restricted to those with paid mindmanager online account. However, you may like to be aware of some of the features on this tab noted below. Priority icons By adding priority icons to different topics and subtopics, you can prioritise topics and develop a project timeline as a Gant Chart. This is available in the View tab. Once you have added priority icons to a topic/sub-topic, click on Task Information and a panel to the right of the map will appear where you can add details about the task such as date, time to complete. You may need to click on Show Task Panel. 6. The Design Tab Balance Map This moves topics and subtopics so that they fit in a more balanced way into your map. Map Themes This changes the way that you can display your MindManager map. 12
14 It is also worthwhile exploring Template Organizer which provides more options for the themes for your map. Modify Map Theme This feature allows you to make a change to a topic at a specific level which can then be applied to all topics at that level; make changes to the way relationships, call outs and boundaries are displayed; make changes to the background for notes. Click on Map Theme and select Modify and on the left-hand side of your map, you will see a list of features such as Central Topic. Select the feature eg Callout Topics and then click on Format or Font and Text and make the appropriate changes. Don t forget to click Apply and then click on OK to ensure that the changes have been made. You will not see the changes applied throughout your map until you have clicked on Apply and Close. If you make changes but do not want to apply these to your map, click on Cancel. 13
15 To change the font and size of notes and the background, click on Notes Format. The first tab Default Font allows you to change the font size, colour etc. Map Background This changes the background for your MindManager map. You can then change the colour background of your map or use an image as the background. Formatting topics, boundaries and line styles In the Design tab, there are a number of options to change the way individual topics, boundaries, relationships, text are displayed in your MindManager map: Topic Shape Select a topic and then click on Topic Shape. You will be given a number of options to change the shape of your topic. Alternatively, you click on Image from Library which provides you with a much wider range of options. These will be displayed on the righthand side of the screen. Layout With this option, you can decide on how you want to display your map. Don t forget to click on your central topic to activate this. Line In this option, you can change the way that the lines between the topics are displayed. If you want to apply the change to the whole map, you must click on the Central Topic before making your selection. To change all topics, boundaries, callouts in a map use Modify Map Theme. 14
16 7. The Advanced Tab This new tab provides features to manipulate the topics and data in your map. Split Topic As you work on your map, you may find that a particular topic needs to be broken up in a new way. Use Split Topic to separate your topic into multiple topics or down into subtopics. 8. The Review Tab Spellcheck It is worthwhile checking that Language is set to English (UK). Do this by clicking Set Language. Reviewers comments You might want to share your mind map and in the Review tab, your colleagues can provide feedback comments. To review, you need to click on Start Review and add your name and . Then you can feedback comments.. 9. The View Tab This provides lots of different ways to view your map. Some of the most commonly used: Expand This allows you to decide how many levels you wish to see on the map. This could be useful if you just want to show the outline of a map and then gradually display further information. Focus on Topic By clicking on a particular topic you can easily focus the view of the map to that topic. Show/Hide This allows you to decide which elements of the map you wish to display. For example, you may wish to only display certain elements in a presentation, or use Fit Map to see the entire map on the screen. Zoom in and out If you have a large, complicated map which you are using as a communication tool, Zoom allows you to move in and out of the map. Gantt charts If you have used priority icons, you can create a Gantt chart. Click on the Gantt icon to display the overall project timeline in a Gantt chart format. Linked Maps This shows you any MindMaps that are linked to your map. Note: you can also alter the view at anytime using the view buttons and slider at the bottom of the window. 15
17 10. Exporting Mindmaps MindManager allows you to convert your map into a range of different formats especially when sharing with others who do not have the MindManager software. From the File tab click Export. Export as MindManager Viewer (currently not working) Using this export option will allow you to generate dynamic, interactive read-only versions of your maps. There are two different formats depending on how the map is to be viewed: PDF: A PDF file contains an embedded interactive map which can be saved by a user (currently not working) SWF (Shockwave Flash): allows you to post your map to a website, blog, etc. Both formats allow for maps to be read with a built-in a special viewer with active hyperlinks, zoom control and the ability to expand and collapse branches. However it is important to remember that any embedded attachments will not be available in the exported file. Notes are visible however. In File>Export choose either Export as MindManager Player, either PDF or SWF format and select the location to export the map to. Export as Image This allows you to convert your map as png, bmp or gif or jpeg. If you do convert your map to an image, have all subtopics open before you export. Please note that if you save the map as an image type then links, attachments and notes will not be accessible from the image file. Export to PowerPoint presentation You can also save your map as a PowerPoint presentation, go to Export to PowerPoint. This would allow you to plan the structure of a lecture in MindManager and then to use the presentation exported as the basis of the lecture. Again it could be uploaded into the HUB. The exported file will create PowerPoint slide headings from the map topics and bullet points from the subtopics associated with that those topics. To export to PowerPoint you first need to choose the topics that you wish to export. Right-click on a topic and select Create Slide from Topic option. Once you have chosen the slides you wish to export, choose Export> Export Slides to Microsoft PowerPoint from the File menu. Choose Export as outline using bullet points to create slides which contain the topic name as the slide title, and subtopics as the bullet point content of those slides. 16
18 Export to Word The export to Word function allows you to produce a linear text document directly from your map. The Word document lists topics as headings and subtopics as subheadings. In the Export tab choose Export to Word. You will be prompted to choose a location to save the file navigate to your chosen destination and click Save. The options panel for your Word export will then open: Options include exporting icon markers and topic notes and it is possible to create a table of contents at the beginning of the document. Any relationships shown on the map will appear as local hyperlinks in the Word document by default the link will say See Also and list the related topic / subtopic, e.g.: The Advanced Tab in the Word Export Settings panel gives options to change this default text as well as options in relation to external hyperlinks and attachments. If you export any attachments, these will be exported to a separate folder within the same root directory as you saved the exported document. It is highly recommended that you export your map into a new folder so that the Word document and related attachments folder are contained within it. If you want to share the Word document or move it from its file location you must move the folder containing the attachments also, otherwise the links from the map to the attachment will be broken and the attachments will not open. PLEASE NOTE: Only visible topics and subtopics will be exported Save your map as a ZIP file: Pack and Go MindManager has a feature called Pack and Go that allows you to save your map with any attached files as a self extracting zip file, for example if you want to the map to someone. To do this, go to Pack and Go. This opens the Pack and Go Wizard. 17
19 Export as Web pages This allows you to create a web page for each topic on your map. This might be an easier way to display your map. You will find that you have a web page with your map displayed in full and then separate web pages for each of your topics. Please note floating topics are not exported into Web pages. Find 11. Further information On the Home tab, at the top right-hand corner, there is a Find feature. This is particularly useful when your map becomes very complicated with lots of subtopics. Exporting topics to a new map It is possible to export topics from one map to a new map. To do this select the topics that you wish to export (related subtopics will be brought over automatically) then right-click and choose Send To - from the options choose New Linked Map which will open the following options: You can choose to delete the topics from the existing map and create hyperlinks to the exported topics or to just duplicate the topics in a new map. It is important to remember that if you move or export the map in the future that all the linked maps must be in the same root folder otherwise the hyperlinks will be broken. Linking Multiple Maps As well as allowing the option to create hyperlinks to external websites Mindmanager allows you to create hyperlinks to link other maps to your main map. When a topic or subtopic is selected, choose the Hyperlink icon. Click on the document icon and browse to the map you wish to link to and click Open and then OK. 18
20 A map icon will then appear next to the topic / subtopic if clicked this will open the other map. IMPORTANT NOTE: If you export your map to any other format you will need to keep the other maps in the same root folder otherwise the hyperlinks will be broken. To check if there are any broken links within your mindmap, select the Insert tab/hyperlinks/check File and Folder Hyperlinks. Importing another map as a subtopic You can import an existing map as a subtopic to any other map. In your map highlight the topic that you wish to add the subtopic to and from the Insert tab click on Insert Map. Navigate to the map you wish to add as a subtopic and click Insert. The complete map will then be added as a subtopic. 19
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