Exporting to dynamic PDF

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Where is gone the export option to pdf in dynamic format ?

This option was awesome ! 
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Dan

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Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

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Replaced by export to html5 since several versions ago
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Sia Banihashemi, Official Rep

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Hi Dan,

Please try export as HTML5, this is also a dynamic export. Would love to hear your feedback since we hope the experience in the HTML5 export is even better than the old PDF.
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Thanks everybody,

It's working fine in html but I prefered the pdf feature which allows to zoom in-out and is more portable.

I'm a bite surprise to see a useful downgrade feature, especially when it is a market standard ...
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Dan

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Sorry for the late reply. I have tested the new html5 functionality.

In conclusion, it's working great.
- I can distribute it whitout problem to non MindManager users
- I can drill down the branches
- I can move around and zoom in-out

Only one suggestion : communicate the good news. Explain that the pdf was replaced by html5 and what can be done with it.
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Hi Dan, Glad to hear you are satisfied, we did do a lot of communication about it when it was first released. You can also follow the progress and support of features in the release notes here http://download.mindjet.com/MindManag... are always looking for feedback so if you find anything missing or have suggestions let us know!
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If you don't have a export to PDF option anymore, how can you add multiple Maps and put them in to a master PDF document? I have 6 maps I need to combine and put in to one PDF document and add text to the document. It doesn't look like you can do either of those things through the HTML5 Interactive Map feature. 
Thanks
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You can do this by saving images of each your maps, then combining them in a Word or similar document, adding text and printing/saving that file as a PDF.

I too miss the straight export to PDF facility, but even with this you would have had to combine the separate PDFs of the maps using a full version of Acrobat or some other PDF editing program. Using images of the maps to do this in Word is probably simpler, especially if you want to add text.
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Well CC???
Another solution is to combine your maps into One Dashboard map  and export that to HTML 5
Much more convenient. And you could add your text in  the dashboard map.
How it's done is described many times before in this commmunity.
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Dan

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I udgraded to version 2020. Where is gone the export to html 5 ?
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Awesome! Would love to hear your experience with the latest version.
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Dan

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I found it ! Option - Add-in - Export to html 5