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Exporting node notes outline and node order  XML
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Damian Heman

Joined: 03/25/2012 05:01:56
Messages: 1

Apologies if this has been dealt with. I searched and couldn't find this anywhere.

I am using VUE as a study tool (studying medicine). Typically I create a map to represent a topic area. I embed images, files and other maps within the nodes. I also include notes within various nodes. My plan was to then export the node notes outline and use it in conjunction with a printed version of the map. The problem I have is that I can't work out how VUE orders / prioritises node order. That is, my notes are not printed in a logical order according to the map layout. I have tried using layers and it doesn't seem to work how I imagine it should.

Here is a brief outline of how I could create a map:
- a central node (topic)
- primary level of nodes (same colour / same shape); represent major sub-topics; connected to central node with arrows
- secondary level of nodes connected to the primary level; and so on.
- some but not all nodes have notes.
- most are connected by arrows but some by dotted lines (representing secondary connection between nodes)

I imagine compared to some maps this technique is very simple. I have attached a sample map and note export.

Any advice greatly appreciated. Thank you.

 Filename Acute_Inflammation.vue [Disk] Download
 Filesize 111 Kbytes
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 Filename Acute_Inflammation_Node_Outline.pdf [Disk] Download
 Filesize 10 Kbytes
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