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Cmaps can be personalized to fit the author's desires. One way to personalize a Cmap is by changing its colors. You have the ability to change the color of any part of a Cmap expect for the Resource Link Group Icon. The following article will discuss changing the color of linking lines, a group of items, a single concept, text, and the background. Linking...
Article Id: 13336
Category: Basic Features & How To's

There are a few different things that users can change regarding the text. These include Font size, Font style, Concept margins, Text alignment, and Changing cases. The following article will explain all of these. Font Size and Style 1. Select the items containing text that you would like to change. Right click and from the men and...
Article Id: 13339
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Cmap List View is a tool that provides for easy navigation through a Cmap. It also lets you easily add to Cmaps, even if they are rather large and complex. When in List View you can see a Cmap's concepts, phrases, and propositions. To Turn List View on: 1. Click the List View icon located in the right-hand side toolbar.
Article Id: 13483
Category: Basic Features & How To's

How to Use Cmap Recorder: CmapTools provides users with a Cmap recorder. The recorder actually records your steps as you create a Cmap. This recording is then saved as part of that Cmap. 1. From an opened Cmap, select Tools | Cmap Recorder from the toolbar at the top of the screen.
Article Id: 13484
Category: Basic Features & How To's

CmapTools provides users with a wide variety of tools to aid in the creation and presentation of Cmaps. One helpful tool is the ability to compare one Cmap to another. After comparing the Cmaps, the program will provide an analysis of of the findings. To Compare Two Cmaps: 1. From an open Cmap, click on Tools | ...
Article Id: 13508
Category: Basic Features & How To's

When copying a Cmap it is important to remember that if the Cmap contains any resources they must be copied along with the Cmap; otherwise, the resource links will be broken. The following article will explain how to successfully copy a Cmap and all of its resources to a place in the network. To Copy a Cmap to Places: 1. In the Views window,...
Article Id: 13475
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Folders are a helpful organizational tool for Cmaps. A folder can be created for a broad topic and then specific Cmaps related to the folder can be stored there. This makes it easier to locate Cmaps. Instead of looking through a list of every existing Cmap the user can go to a folder and search through only the Cmaps located there. Follow the steps below to create a new folder.
Article Id: 13212
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Editing and formatting Cmaps are what gives them a style of their own. You may decide after creating a Cmap that you like the style and would like to use it again. You can save the style as a file that can be used later on different Cmaps. This article will walk you through the process of saving the style of a Cmap to a file. Creating Custom...
Article Id: 13421
Category: Basic Features & How To's

There are a few different ways to create a new Cmap in CmapTools. The steps below will show you how to do so. First Way: 1. Launch CmapTools . 2. When the Views window opens select File in the upper tool bar.
Article Id: 13161
Category: Basic Features & How To's

When working in CmapTools it is helpful to know how to link two or more existing concepts. The steps below explain how to create a link between two concepts. To Link Concepts in Cmap: 1. Select the concept that you would like the link to come from.
Article Id: 13200
Category: Basic Features & How To's