To get the map precisely where you want it, use the map slider's "+" and "-" buttons to zoom in and out as required. When you're satisfied with how the map appears, insert it into your Word document.
The map can be moved around the page using the mouse, or it can be placed using co-ordinates entered directly into the text box provided for that purpose. To insert the map, go to where you want it to appear on the page, click anywhere on the page, then press ENTER.
If you want to edit or delete parts of the map, first unlock it by clicking the lock icon in the top-right corner of the map window. Then right-click on the part of the map you want to edit or remove, and select "Edit Map". You can also rename maps by clicking once on any name entry area and typing your new name. Press ENTER to confirm the change.
When you're done editing, click again on the lock icon to lock the map back up. If you cancel editing at any point, the map will return to its original position and look on the page.
Modify the appearance of a map
Select the Document Map check box in the Show/Hide group by clicking the View tab on the Ribbon. On the left side of the document, an unique task window appears, detailing the numerous heading styles in use. Clicking on a heading inside the map will take you directly to that section of your Word 2007 document.
My Maps allows you to build and browse your own maps. Modify the appearance of a map.
2. Create a Mind Map in Word
By clicking "File," then "Save As" in the Paint box, you may save the map as a JPG.
Part 2 of 3: Creating a Genuine Map
How to Create a Mind Map with Microsoft Word 2007