One of the recurring themes in your comments from my recent Mind Mapping Software Trends survey is that you’re looking for help in understanding how to share the information in your mind maps with others – specifically, how to export your maps to Microsoft Word.
That’s why my latest Mind Mapping Insider report takes on this herculean task, digging deep to show you what each of the major programs offers, and outlining the pros and cons of each.
This valuable report covers the following Windows-based mind mapping programs:
- MindManager 9
- MindGenius 4
- NovaMind 5
- iMindMap 5
- Xmind 3 Pro
- Visual Mind 11
- ConceptDraw MINDMAP 6
- MindView 4
- PersonalBrain 6
There are some surprises in this report. One of the biggest: Some of the high-end programs take a decidedly minimalist approach to their Word export tool. But there’s actually a logical reason why. Also, several programs offer some little-known innovations that will make your life much easier, if only you knew about them. Plus, there are always a few things that leave me scratching my head going, “What? Seriously?!” All this and more is contained in this comprehensive new guide to the Word exporting capabilities of mind mapping software.
This report is only visible to members of the Mind Mapping Insiders program. To sign up for it, please click here. You’ll be opening yourself up to a wealth of advanced strategies and techniques that will help you to become a better visual thinker, problem solver and project manager.
While I don’t encourage it, you can always register for membership, download this report and then jump off a month later. I don’t place any restrictions on membership. You can cancel your subscription at any time from within your PayPal account – no intervention from me is required. My goal is keep you as a member by providing you with the best possible reports, tips and resources – with a value that far exceeds your modest monthly investment. My gut feeling is that you’ll find many other valuable reports and resources and that you’ll decide to stay!
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