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The MindView presentation mode lets you present your mind map to your audience branch
by branch in full screen mode. To do this:

Choose View | Window | Presentation Mode.

Your mind map is now displayed in full screen mode, and a small toolbar of icons appears.

These icons let you perform the following actions:

Clicking the Back icon

lets you present your mind map in reverse (anti-clockwise) branch
order by displaying the branch preceding the selected branch in the hierarchy.

Clicking the Next icon

lets you present your mind map in normal (clockwise) branch order
by displaying the branch following the selected branch in the hierarchy.

Clicking the Settings icon

lets you configure the presentation mode.

Clicking the Exit icon

lets you return to the normal Mind Mapping design mode.

Configuring the presentation mode

When you click the Settings icon

, the following dialog appears.

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User Guide

Present up to: This field lets you specify the number of branch levels to present when using the
Next and Back icons. For example, if you choose to present your mind map up to Branch level 2,
clicking the Next icon will select all the main branches and their first level of sub-branches, one
after the other, but not their second and further levels of sub-branches.

Expand sub-branches of the selected branch: This field lets you specify how many levels of
sub-branches of a particular branch should be displayed when that branch is selected. For
example, if you choose to expand the sub-branches of the selected branch by 2 levels, when you
present a main branch (i.e. that main branch is currently selected), MindView automatically
expands its sub-branches (the first level) and their own sub-branches (the second level).

Auto-collapse: This field lets you specify how much of the branches of the mind map other than
the selected branch should be visible, in other words how many levels of their sub-branches should
be displayed on the mind map at any time. For instance, if you choose to auto-collapse the
branches to Branch level 3, MindView always displays 3 levels of branches for all the branches
other than the selected branch (whose behavior is controlled by the "Expand sub-branches"
parameter above). Therefore when you enter presentation mode, you will see the root, the main
branches and their first level of sub-branches.

Set zoom level: This setting allows you to adapt the zoom factor used while presenting your mind
map. If for instance you have chosen to present all the levels of sub-branches, lowering the zoom
factor will ensure that all the branches to be presented are always visible on the screen, without
any need for horizontal or vertical scrolling.

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