MindManager Tip – Add Image Folders to MindManager

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February 5, 2010

helpful_tips_imageNot all the tips that we Mindjetters have to offer you come from people internally. This particular tip comes from some folks over at the MindManager Enthusiasts LinkedIn group. Sometimes you just want to liven up your maps with some images that you have stored. Thanks to the valuable insights they gave myself and the groups I can share with you how to do it.I have a couple different ways of adding image folders into your posts as there were different ways offered up by our three wise men.

First, Brian Hunt, shared with us how he imports his Microsoft Clip Art folder into MindManager 8 for Windows:

Open the library tab and right click on Images.
Select New Folder.
Right click on the new folder and select Add Image.
From the Select Image dialogue, select the MS clip art folder – mine was at C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\CLIPART\PUB60COR
Select the images you want and click on Insert.
  1. Open the library tab and right click on Images.
  2. Select New Folder.
  3. Right click on the new folder and select Add Image.
  4. From the Select Image dialogue, select the MS clip art folder – mine was at C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\CLIPART\PUB60COR
  5. Select the images you want and click on Insert.

Second, Ary Velstra, shared a different way of importing images and files:

There is another option Mindjet provides to include image or icon etc folders in your MindManager libraries.

  1. Under the MIndjetlogo go to MindManager Options
  2. Select Package folders
  3. Click New and browse for the folder you wish to include
  4. Select what type it is and it is available where you expect it.

Third, Andrew Wilcox, knower of all things MindManager, shared with us a video that he created on the subject:

For even more images check out the Mindjet Image Library.

Have more tips? Leave a comment or shoot me an email at customeradvocacy@mindjet.com

9 Responses to “MindManager Tip – Add Image Folders to MindManager”

  1. Garrett Scott

    Jim,

    Sorry I mis-spoke. Instead of using the “tips and tricks” tag, if you use the category selection option you will see many more. Sorry for the confusion hope this gets you more of what you wanted.

    Reply
  2. Diggity Dig Do

    Relative to mind manager: the size, the format, the ability to scale and not.

    I have the rules, u must obeys.

    Reply
  3. Jim McDaniel

    This was a helpful tip. I’d like to find a lot more like it. It was quick and useful.

    BTW what’s the difference between and image and an icon?

    Reply

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