CS Odessa ConceptDraw MINDMAP
(as of 5/18/2015)
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- Plan projects, brainstorm, take notes, and manage meetings
- Import and export mind maps to Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel formats
- Order slides, preview your presentation, and select specific map parts to present
CS Odessa ConceptDraw MINDMAP is a Windows and OS X tool used to organize ideas and data. You can purchase the program individually or as part of ConceptDraw OFFICE, which includes ConceptDraw PRO and ConceptDraw PROJECT.
ConceptDraw MINDMAP allows you to plan projects, brainstorm ideas, take notes, and manage meetings. The program enables you to create mind maps to illustrate your thought process and output them to a large amount of document styles. The application supports a variety of office formats, such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
You can create presentations from a mind map document and export to Microsoft PowerPoint. You can generate a slideshow and store multiple presentations in one map. The program also provides the View Navigator tool to order slides, select specific map parts to present, and preview your presentation.
The ConceptDraw MINDMAP application is mainly used in business environments to organize and present ideas and data. It provides helpful brainstorming and mapping tools as well as handy presentation features. However, CS Odessa ConceptDraw MINDMAP faces stiff competition in the mind mapping category as it doesn't offer as many features or pricing options as ThinkBuzan's iMindMap, which is the better choice.
Supported File Types
Primary file extension
Other file extensions used by CS Odessa ConceptDraw MINDMAP 8
|Supported File Types|
|.CDMT||ConceptDraw MINDMAP Template|
|.CDMTZ||Compressed ConceptDraw MINDMAP Template|
|.CDMZ||Compressed ConceptDraw MINDMAP Document|
|.DOCX||Microsoft Word Open XML Document|
|.MMAP||MindManager Map File|
|.OPML||Outline Processor Markup Language File|
|.PPTX||PowerPoint Open XML Presentation|
|.XLSX||Microsoft Excel Open XML Spreadsheet|
Updated: May 18, 2015