Changing vertical spacing between topics in an org chart?

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I'm using MindManager 9. I'm creating a project org chart. How do you increase the spacing between the main topic and the 1st level of suptopics. I would like to add some floating topics here. The Main Topic Spacing bar in the General Layout tab doesn't appear to work. I'm using the "Org-Chart" format for the 1st sublevel; the "Tree" format for the 2nd and 3rd sublevels. How do you decrease the vertical spacing between the 2nd levels?
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Nick Duffill, Champion

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Hello Kevin

The "spacing between siblings" does not seem to make any difference for tree layout below an Org Chart layout.

Instead of floating topics, could you use callout topics with no line, attached to the first subtopic? Then the list of subtopics will move down to make space for the callout topics.
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Thanks for your reply. I'm trying to add vertical space between the title topic and the main topics so I can add floating topics because the org layout options available doesn't allow the structure I'm trying to meet. Can I email you a powerpoint version to show you? This powerpoint version is a pain to edit. I thought Mind Manager would be easier to use for future updates.
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Hello Kevin

If you can upload a screen shot as an attachment to this discussion, then several of us will be able to see it and perhaps suggest a solution.
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For some reason the browse button doesn't work to select the png file after I select "Add Image"
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Frustrating! You can send email to support at harportconsulting dot zendesk dot com.

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