Import and export

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Mantis 1.12 ships with integrated freemind support: "This is similar to the relationship diagrams are already available in Mantis. However, the Freemind features comes with a built in Flash viewer (hence, easier to get up and running), includes details about the issues, relationships, attachments, statuses, links, etc. It is also possible to export a Freemind file." [http://www.mantisbt.org/blog/?p=19]
Mantis 1.12 ships with integrated freemind support: "This is similar to the relationship diagrams are already available in Mantis. However, the Freemind features comes with a built in Flash viewer (hence, easier to get up and running), includes details about the issues, relationships, attachments, statuses, links, etc. It is also possible to export a Freemind file." [http://www.mantisbt.org/blog/?p=19]
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== FreeMind export to Microsoft Office 2003 and newer ==
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Export works only with Microsoft office versions able to read XML formats, i.e. 2003 and newer (one reason why PowerPoint isn't supported is because it doesn't know any XML format).
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=== Export to Excel ===
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Use the menu File -> Export -> using XSLT...
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Browse to find the XSL file under the sub-directory accessories of FreeMind's base directory called "mm2xls_utf8.xsl", call your ExportFile "something.xls" and Excel will open it by a simple double click on the resulting file.
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=== Export to Word ===
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A very similar procedure can be used for word documents with the XSLT sheet called mm2wordml_utf8.xsl (call the export file something.doc).
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=== Export to MS Project ===
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For MSProject files using mm2msp_utf8.xsl, it's a bit more tricky as you need to name the export file something.xml and open it from MS Project using "XML file, *.xml" as file type.
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; Note : check following chapter for alternative ways.
==Microsoft Project ↔ FreeMind==
==Microsoft Project ↔ FreeMind==

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