Accomplish more, faster, with MindManager 9 for Windows.
Publisher’s notes: Mindjet MindManager is the world’s leading information mapping tool, trusted by Fortune 1000 companies and more than 1.8 million people worldwide.
Start Your Work in MindManager
Gain new perspectives by organizing your work with MindManager. You can step back, see the big picture and then drill into all of the important details.
Out-of-the-box integration with Microsoft Office™
Access and update Microsoft Office files within MindManager’s integrated browser. Import from Microsoft Word and Project. Export to Word, Project or PowerPoint. Display dynamic Outlook or Excel content. Export web pages, images, PDF files and more. Or, share hosted interactive map files with anyone on the web even if they do not have MindManager.
Join millions who are working more powerfully.
Every day around the globe, leading companies like IBM, Coca-Cola and 3M use our solutions to better manage and share information. They use MindManager to visualize information and turn it into real results. Creating new ways of doing, collaborating and succeeding.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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