how to export mindmaps to a browser view like

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I would like to export a flowchart to a web browser like. I see some visio files (vsdx files) opens in a browser like format. is it possible to do something similar with mindjet? I need to share this flowchart with other users and hopefully embed a file into a word document so when they open it looks nice and clear in another window. Any ideas? I am using mindjet v16
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Normally I would suggest the various options under File=> Share=> Export as Web pages.
 Unfortunately this is grayed out for Flowcharts.

Maybe MIndet will come up with something similar or better soon.
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Thank you Ary for the suggestion. 
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emonterog

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Hi Ary, question...does cutepdf works from mindjet or it just converts those exported files (png, jpg...) to a pdf? I ask this because I was exporting a workflow to png and jpg image file and the quality is so poor that text looks blurry and barely readable.  
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CutePDF or any other pdf printer acts as a printer. If you want to print a mindmanager map, you select cutepdf instead of your HP1600 or whatever laserprinter.
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Got it and thanks again. I remember now how that works. I will try this option and I hope that not sacrifice the image quality. I hope someday Mindjet improve and expand SHAREABILITY options instead of limit them. I think that is key to help other people adopt mindmapping as new tool for sharing and presenting information. I really mean this statement. They did something great in the past with pdf viewer and the viewer app but this options are outdated solutions and don't work fully with the latest software. Why not update them? And please bring pdf regular export option back!!!
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Re your earlier comment regarding poor image quality when exporting JPG and PNG images, have a look at virtual image printers like Image Printer Pro. These have various options for image quality and can produce much better results. Some of these programs can also "print" to a PDF file.