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Mindjet MindManager 7 is out: mindmaps made easy

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 2-Jun-2007 16:13

The guys at Mindjet have just released Mindjet MindManager 7. I was previously involved in the beta testing for Mindjet MindManager 5 and 6, mainly because I was using a tablet PC, and this is one of the first tools you want to install on a laptop or tablet PC (the other one is Microsoft OneNote).

Back to MindManager 7: I have just installed it and the first (nice) surprise was the user interface: Mindjet is the first company I see that fully implemented a Microsoft Office Ribbon-like user interface (officially named Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface). Check the screenshots below:




What else is in store with MindManager 7? MindManager Pro 7 includes integration capabilities with Microsoft Office products, new map styles and galleries for faster formatting, and enhanced ScreenTips. MindManager 7 Mac offers a new way to select topics with rules, which can be saved and applied as filters; printing enhancements that allow users to print large maps across multiple pages and add headers and footers and borders to printed maps; enhanced import and export capabilities including OPML, HTML, Text Outline and more.

I've used MindManager in its previous versions in many projects and personal tasks - great tool to organise things, clear ideas, brainstorm, etc.

UPDATE: Below is a screen shot with the ribbon clollapsed. You can do this by double-clicking on any menu option in the menu bar:






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