‘Reed-Kellogg Diagrammer is a sentence diagramming tool that automatically analyses and diagrams a sentence for you.
It graphically represents the sentence structure in the form of traditional diagram.
How can I use it?
To create a diagram type your sentence in a textbox and press ENTER.
To enlarge or shrink diagram use a mouse wheel.
You can drag diagram with a mouse to explore different parts.
Mouse works both in normal and in full screen mode.
You can view a diagram in two modes:
1) in a browser window as part of the current page or
2) in full screen mode.
To view diagram in full screen, press [CTRL] + ENTER.
To return from full screen, press [ESC] or [CTRL] + ENTER.
To type a new text, return from full screen mode because typing doesn’t work in full screen.
To make more room for a diagram you can hide the text box.
Pressing [SHIFT] + ENTER toggles the text box On/Off.
When text box is hidden, the hint and Forward/Backward buttons are removed as well.
[SHIFT]+ ENTER works in full screen mode also, so you can view a diagram on the whole screen.
You can toggle text box and full screen mode altogether by pressing [CTRL+SHIFT] + ENTER.
If there are multiple diagrams, you can list through them with Forward/Backward buttons or with [PageDown]/[PageUp] keys.
When Forward/Backward buttons are hidden, you still can use [PageDown] and [PageUp].
The keys work in both modes.
To save current diagram as an image press [Windows] + ENTER.’
You can read more about Diagrammer in Reed-Kellogg Diagrammer help.
You can also download another diagrammer if you prefer.