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Oct 20, 2009

Inserting a box above an individual child box

The most obvious way to build a map is by progressively adding new boxes below and next to existing ones (new children and siblings). However, you can also insert boxes into the middle of your map - new parent boxes. There are two ways to do this:
To insert a box above an individual child box, drag the new box until you see a horizontal red indicator line above the appropriate child box.

When you release the mouse button, your new box will be inserted into the map as the new parent box for that single child box.

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