Large Merge

"Large Merge" is a method to create dozens of new pages of ideas in a similar manner as the "Merge," but you select the choices at one time. It is basically the feature you will want to use once you understand "Merge."

"Complex Large Merge" can turn a two-line sentence into a hundred-pages of related ideas in about two minutes. With planned usage, which can be developed from studying the "Word Category" database, these lists can contain anything from scientific discoveries to decorating ideas for a living room to idea development for a novel.

"Large Merge" is a way of producing pages and pages of new word combinations in just minutes. For the times when you have to see how things look in different relationships to each other, "Complex Large Merge" will feed you back hundreds of new relationships. You can then scan through them and copy the ones that you like for a custom document that highlights great new areas for your idea.

To use "Large Merge" you don't need to highlight a word, you simply type in your sentence, click on "Create" and click on "Large Merge." You will see that you have a choice between "Simple" and "Complex." "Simple" will let you select five words in your key sentence to merge with, and "Complex" will let you choose two words, but those two words can be replaced with more Word Categories than the "Simple Large Merge." You can also produce output in "Simple" or "Complex," and then cut and paste a sentence you like to the top of a new ParaMind screen, and re-"Merge" or "Large Merge" on it for many new ideas.

"Large Merge" has some instructions included within it as it runs, but this documentation will help you understand it further. You pull down the "Large Merge" screen simply after typing in your key sentence (the sentence you intend on merging on). You don't have to select any words to merge on yet, like you do when you are doing a "Merge." "Large Merge" will prompt you for the words in your sentence that you want to merge on. When you do get prompted for the words to replace, you simply "tag" the words you want selected. "Tagging" is a way to select a group of things. It's used often in menu programs, when you want to copy different files all at one time. The "Large Merge" feature uses two routines to expand your idea: "Simple" and "Complex."

Simple Large Merge
Complex Large Merge

"Large Merge" is a method to create dozens of new pages of ideas in a similar manner as the "Merge," but you select the choices at one time. It is basically the feature you will want to use once you understand "Merge."

"Complex Large Merge" can turn a two-line sentence into a hundred-pages of related ideas in about two minutes. With planned usage, which can be developed from studying the "Word Category" database, these lists can contain anything from scientific discoveries to decorating ideas for a living room to idea development for a novel.

"Large Merge" is a way of producing pages and pages of new word combinations in just minutes. For the times when you have to see how things look in different relationships to each other, "Complex Large Merge" will feed you back hundreds of new relationships. You can then scan through them and copy the ones that you like for a custom document that highlights great new areas for your idea.

To use "Large Merge" you don't need to highlight a word, you simply type in your sentence, click on "Create" and click on "Large Merge." You will see that you have a choice between "Simple" and "Complex." "Simple" will let you select five words in your key sentence to merge with, and "Complex" will let you choose two words, but those two words can be replaced with more Word Categories than the "Simple Large Merge." You can also produce output in "Simple" or "Complex," and then cut and paste a sentence you like to the top of a new ParaMind screen, and re-"Merge" or "Large Merge" on it for many new ideas.

"Large Merge" has some instructions included within it as it runs, but this documentation will help you understand it further. You pull down the "Large Merge" screen simply after typing in your key sentence (the sentence you intend on merging on). You don't have to select any words to merge on yet, like you do when you are doing a "Merge." "Large Merge" will prompt you for the words in your sentence that you want to merge on. When you do get prompted for the words to replace, you simply "tag" the words you want selected. "Tagging" is a way to select a group of things. It's used often in menu programs, when you want to copy different files all at one time. The "Large Merge" feature uses two routines to expand your idea: "Simple" and "Complex."

Simple Large Merge
Complex Large Merge

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