Saving a document as a word processing document
You can save a diagram, map or outline as a word processing document that can be opened in Microsoft Word, or OpenOffice.org Writer. The exported document includes formatted topic text and any graphics inserted in Outline View that can be opened in the word processing program. You can choose to include topics, notes, prefixes and outline indentation and a graphic of the diagram in the exported document.
When you export to a word processor, videos and attached audio files are converted to hyperlinks to external files.
Note: When you open an exported document in Word, a dialog may appear, asking if you want to convert the RTF data. Click Yes to open the formatted document.
1.Open the Inspiration document.
2.On the File menu, choose Export.
3.Click the Word Processor tab.
4.On the File Format menu, select Microsoft Word or OpenOffice.org Writer.
5.To include a graphic of the diagram or mind map in the exported document, select Include the diagram/mind map.
6.Under Export Outline with, select the elements to include in the exported document.
▪Select Topics to include topics.
▪Select Hidden Subtopics to include hidden subtopics.
▪Select Prefixes to include the topic prefixes from Outline View.
▪Select Notes to include notes.
▪Select Hidden Notes to include hidden notes.
▪Select Indentation to retain the hierarchical indentation from Outline view.
8.Select the folder in which to save the document.
9.Enter a name for the document, then click Save.