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>==Application help as mind map==
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==Application help as mind map==
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FreeMind comes with the documentation in the form of mind map, available from application menu ''Help > Documentation''.  The documentation is a succint description of FreeMind functions, rather than a mind mapping text book.  
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FreeMind comes with the documentation in the form of mind map, available from application menu ''Help > Documentation''.  The documentation is a succint description of FreeMind functions, rather than a mind mapping text book.  
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You can also browse the documentation now <mm>[[:Freemind.mm|applet|in a Java applet browser]]</mm> (with around 700 KB that requires Java 1.4.2 or later) which gives you a proper FreeMind feeling. And you can <mm>[[:FreemindFlash.mm|flash|try a much smaller flash based FreeMind map viewer]]</mm>.
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You can also browse the documentation now <mm>[[:Freemind.mm|applet|in a Java applet browser]]</mm> (with around 700 KB that requires Java 1.4.2 or later) which gives you a proper FreeMind feeling. And you can <mm>[[:FreemindFlash.mm|flash|try a much smaller flash based FreeMind map viewer]]</mm>.
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Revision as of 19:09, 18 November 2010

Application help as mind map

FreeMind comes with the documentation in the form of mind map, available from application menu Help > Documentation. The documentation is a succint description of FreeMind functions, rather than a mind mapping text book. You can also browse the documentation now in a Java applet browser (with around 700 KB that requires Java 1.4.2 or later) which gives you a proper FreeMind feeling. And you can try a much smaller flash based FreeMind map viewer.

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