Thanks for the info. I have already tried the folders method too. The ability to import PB thoughts into Help & Manual is something in which I have been trying to get EC Software (H&M authors) and TheBrain to collaborate. Neither want to do anything to help the other, though this is not a deliberate denial of assistance, just (as I see it) a low priority if at all. I do not have the experience with XML/HTML and the various methodologies to investigate this potential myself. PB exports XML etc and H&M imports and works with XML data. It seems obvious to me that if the two companies communicate with each other I believe they could quickly come up with a mutually suitable template. My initial intention was to utilise PB as an input process to help file creation. PB running in the background while the application is used by the developer (an quite possibly by the end user) when a "thought" about help occurs, then that thought is added to the PB brain. At the very least, this would provide a useful and quite accurate list of help topics for import into H&M. H&M could then be used to fill out and modify/add to the help topics as required. H&M can then generate the preferred output, web help, chm or PDF etc. Possibly end user created PB help could be merged/imported into the application topics brain for import into H&M Apparently H&M has (in the past) considered the use of mind mapping software as a form of input to H&M, however they said "if" anything was to be considered in the future, they should go with the market leader Mind Manager. I do not have a problem with this potential approach, but such an import process AFAIK would be more involved and be more time consuming than what I perceive to be a relatively simple XML (or CSS/HTML) approach. Do you have any powers of persuasion with TheBrain people?