Create A Slideshow for Mind Maps: The FREE and Quick SolutionNancy
Imagine that you have just finished a series of mind maps for tomorrow’s group discussion, so how would you quickly create a slideshow according to all the details of your work? You may wanna open the Microsoft PowerPoint to copy and paste single element, or even redraw your mind map again. Wait! Here is an even quicker and easier way to solve the problem.
The Automatic Tool to Create a Slideshow
It means that you can create presentation slides via just one click on the Auto Create button. All sub-parts of your mind map will be ordered in a number of slide pages. You can jump to the specific slide, reorder slides, or delete a single page.
Travelling Around Your Topics
If you only have limited time to present your work, how would you calculator the duration? A suitable way is to preview all the slide pages through the built-in keyboard shortcuts. For meetings, you can easily switch between main topic and branches by hitting the Direction Arrows on your keyboard.
Improve Your Slides
You can further improve your content by the following suggestions:
- Stylize your diagram theme and elements – Wanna to create a slideshow in an attractive way? Feel free to go for the different theme style, background color, and layout types etc.
- Edit your texts and structure – You can quickly edit texts for each existing sub-topic. The Outline feature also offers you a general view of the presentation framework.
- Add more editable preset clipart – This is not an essential step to create a slideshow, but it indeed rich your content and makes your readers easier to catch the idea. All preset symbols can be inserted by dragging and dropping.
Forgot Something Important?
If you wanna create a slideshow for a complex project, you may need to add supportive materials, like notes, comments, tags, external web links, local images, and attachments etc. Moreover, if you wanna show clear relationships between sub-topics during meetings, you can add a Boundary or Summary signal.
Once double-checked the work, you have reached the final step to create a slideshow. You can save the draft to the built-in Cloud account for the feedback from your teammates. For meetings, you can print and export these slides in Microsoft PowerPoint or PDF format. A hardcopy version is a piece of good advice to ensure that the audience and you, as the presenter, are all on the same page. Feeling great? Simply check here for a free download or see more Edraw MindMaster.