Family Tree Maker : Primas Offical Companion/Version 5

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Gormley helps readers discover their genealogy goals and explains what Family Tree Maker 5.0 can do. The book presents strategies for compiling family data, researching ancestors via FTM and online resources, and entering and and presenting family trees in a variety of formats.
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Overview

Gormley helps readers discover their genealogy goals and explains what Family Tree Maker 5.0 can do. The book presents strategies for compiling family data, researching ancestors via FTM and online resources, and entering and and presenting family trees in a variety of formats.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761516774
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 7/1/1998
  • Pages: 435
  • Product dimensions: 7.41 (w) x 9.17 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part I: Where to Start?
1. What Is Genealogy?
Testing the Genealogical Waters
Basics of Research
2. What Are Your Goals?
How Many Ancestors
A Whole World of Goals
Tools for Keeping Track of Your Family Tree
And a Word to the Wise
3. Collecting and Documenting Information
Developing Your Interview Strategy
Interviewing Techniques
Going Beyond Information from the Family
Organizing Information
4. Entering Basic Information
Getting Familiar with the Program
Entering Names, Dates, and Places
Entering Sources as You Go
Displaying a Family Tree
Part II: Exploring Your Family Tree
5. Using the Family Archive CDs
The FamilyFinder Index
World Family Tree CDs
Social Security Death Index CDs
Marriage Records CD
6. Family Tree Maker Online
Exploring Features of Family Tree Maker Online
Internet FamilyFinder
Using More Family Tree Maker Online Research Tools
7. Surfing for Genealogical Data
What's Out There: History, Data, and More
Evaluating Electronic Sources
Part III: Shaping Your Family Tree
8. Entering Additional Family Data
Importance of the Family Unit
Detailing Individuals
Detailing Marriages and Other Relationships
9. Pruning Your Family Tree
Using Family Tree Maker's Index of Individuals
Using the Find Individual Feature
Correcting Family File Errors
10. Visualizing Your Family Tree
Viewing Trees
Using Reports
Printing Reports and Trees
Part IV: Computerizing Your Family Tree
11. Creating Scrapbooks
Deciding What to Include
Using the Scrapbook
Enhancing the Scrapbook
Presenting the Scrapbook
Creating Special Scrapbooks
12. Creating Genealogy Reports
Genealogy Reports Explained
Running Genealogy Reports in Family Tree Maker
Genealogical Source Reports
13. Creating a Family History Book
Planning Your Family History Book
Creating a Book in Family Tree Maker
14. Branching Out: Sharing Your Files
Joining the World Family Tree Project
Exchanging GEDCOM Files
15. Home on the Web: Creating Your Home Page
Publishing Your Genealogy on the Internet
Searching for User Home Pages
Glossary
Index
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