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    christopher Boyd commented  · 

    This thread addresses y concern. I endorse Nick Holt's request.
    The export to word function is not very useful as all the text is in the "normal" style.
    Please use headings styles with an outline numbering system and all the notes in normal.
    In this way once imported to word it would be easy to quickly format a document.
    This would be one of my highest requests.

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    started  ·  Louise at iMindMap responded

    You’re able to import from MS Word and a range of other Mind Mapping software in iMindMap 10. Plus, you can export to Spreadsheet, Project, Document, Image, PDF and more…

    christopher Boyd commented  · 

    Following exedras62 comment,
    your clients can work around the import problem using a copy/past option from the MS Project file. You can arrange the MS project data columns in the same manner that they are presented in the IMM5 project view (task, % complete, duration, start, end) and then select the relevant tasks and copy/paste to IMM5.
    I would like to know what you do with the information when you have imported it from a management tools that has a much higher capacity to do meaningful operations than IMM5 is capable of. Look forward to hearing from you.

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    christopher Boyd commented  · 

    To be able to start branches from multiple origins in the Central idea would be very helpful. This would make it possible to have branches emerging from images in the central idea that would make maps much more "individual" and memorable.
    One way that might be helpful for Pablo and the medical sketches would be to cut the image on transparent background that "hugs" the sketch. The branches will then emerge from different locations following the outline of the sketch (ie you are not constrained to a rectangular perimeter to your image). Using the control points this could be made to make a branch come from the dermis, epidermis, and maybe even a hair follicle. Contact me if you would like to discuss this further (cmboyd@nildram.co.uk)

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    christopher Boyd commented  · 

    I have similar problems with locating text in the central image. I have been putting carriage returns and fullstops in text to make it space "appropriately" bearing in mind the image I am using. This is not really satisfactory so a customisable text box to put in the central image space would be good.

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