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How to create this layout: http://arquivo.governoeletronico.gov.br/mcti/index.htm

I need to structure the processes like this layout, but do not know how to do, and what steps.

http://arquivo.governoeletronico.gov.br/mcti/MCTI.htm

Clicking on any process, guides the processes are open.

I appreciate help.

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Dear Thiciara de Almeida,

Thank you for your interest in Bizagi.

We have tried to reach you at your registered e-mail (th...@..ok.com) to explain and discuss this question.

In the meantime, you may want to take a look at our documentation portal

example (such as the one you indicate), which is available for free download

at: http://download.bizagi.com/docs/agile/en/Agility%20Corp%20process%20documentation.bpm,

(and explained at http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?creating_a_documentation_porta.htm).

Note that the example above produces a more modern and

redesigned web output than the one indicated.

There is another example for it in portuguese directly which

was worked with our previous version and has the same web format as the one you

indicate: http://download.bizagi.com/docs/Empresa%20ABC%20v1.2.bpm.Best regards,

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Dear Daisuke,

Thanks for the help!

This help was very good. I will apply the documentation.

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Daisuke Okuda wrote:

Dear Thiciara de Almeida,

Thank you for your interest in Bizagi.

We have tried to reach you at your registered e-mail (th...@..ok.com) to explain and discuss this question.

In the meantime, you may want to take a look at our documentation portal

example (such as the one you indicate), which is available for free download

at: http://download.bizagi.com/docs/agile/en/Agility%20Corp%20process%20documentation.bpm,

(and explained at http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?creating_a_documentation_porta.htm).

Note that the example above produces a more modern and

redesigned web output than the one indicated.

There is another example for it in portuguese directly which

was worked with our previous version and has the same web format as the one you

indicate: http://download.bizagi.com/docs/Empresa%20ABC%20v1.2.bpm.Best regards,

Dear Daisuke,Thanks for the help!This help was very good. I will apply the documentation.

Regards

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Dear Daisuke,

There is another type of documentation?

A customer did not like that the left sidebar. He wishes without this bar. Is it possible?

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Daisuke Okuda wrote:

Dear Thiciara de Almeida,

Thank you for your interest in Bizagi.

We have tried to reach you at your registered e-mail (th...@..ok.com) to explain and discuss this question.

In the meantime, you may want to take a look at our documentation portal

example (such as the one you indicate), which is available for free download

at: http://download.bizagi.com/docs/agile/en/Agility%20Corp%20process%20documentation.bpm,

(and explained at http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?creating_a_documentation_porta.htm).

Note that the example above produces a more modern and

redesigned web output than the one indicated.

There is another example for it in portuguese directly which

was worked with our previous version and has the same web format as the one you

indicate: http://download.bizagi.com/docs/Empresa%20ABC%20v1.2.bpm.Best regards,

Dear Daisuke,

There is another type of documentation?

A customer did not like that the left sidebar. He wishes without this bar. Is it possible?

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Dear Thiciara,

The documentation portal you see at your posted link was produced with the 2.5 version (now deprecated).

Since the 2.6 version, Bizagi includes new features, as well as it offers major adjustments and bug fixes (see a full list at http://www.bizagi.com/products/bizagi-process-modeler/release-notes-modeler).

Among these, note that the 2.6 generates documentation much faster, with a more robust rich text formatting interpretation as well as rich text formatting extended possibilities, and produces a new web documentation design enhanced for usability (friendlier navigation/scrolling, search options, etc).

There is no setting to automatically hide the left sidebar, but users may rely anytime on the Full screen option which maximizes the diagram area (http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?publish_to_web.htm).

Best regards,

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Daisuke Okuda wrote:

Dear Thiciara,

The documentation portal you see at your posted link was produced with the 2.5 version (now deprecated).

Since the 2.6 version, Bizagi includes new features, as well as it offers major adjustments and bug fixes (see a full list at http://www.bizagi.com/products/bizagi-process-modeler/release-notes-modeler).

Among these, note that the 2.6 generates documentation much faster, with a more robust rich text formatting interpretation as well as rich text formatting extended possibilities, and produces a new web documentation design enhanced for usability (friendlier navigation/scrolling, search options, etc).

There is no setting to automatically hide the left sidebar, but users may rely anytime on the Full screen option which maximizes the diagram area (http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?publish_to_web.htm).

Best regards,

Thanks Daisuke.

Can you help me?? http://feedback.bizagi.com/en/responses/how-to-make-the-connection-between-two-processes ?

Regards.