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I have used OmniOutliner to produce an organisation structure with one column for name and one for Title.

When I import into OmniGraffle using the Organisation Chart document type I only get an option to select one column to be the Title. I want to be able to populate the Org Chart with the Name and Title - is there a way to do this?

In the Omnioutliner document I have the name as the index column and the title as the second column.

Help appreciated.

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