Tuesday, October 04, 2005

At our next regular meeting on October 13, I'll present a program on genealogical software with special emphasis on what's new in Family Tree Maker versions 2005 and 2006. But we'll start with an overview of genealogy software and touch on PAF as well.

Click on comments below and tell me if you use Family Tree Maker and if so what version or if you use some other program or none at all. You can make an anomynous comment so you don't have to sign in.

There are few interesting web sites and some marvelous free programs we'll discuss as well.


Blogger Bob said...

I have used Family Tree Maker through many revisions and now use version 2005. I also use PAF occasionally and have looked at demos of several others. I started in 1990 using Roots but that program is no more.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I use Family Tree Maker exclusively. I do not want to change to another program as I worry about losing all my notes

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Whoopee! I was finally able to get the site to open. Computer really slow for e-mail / internet past few days. Anyone else with this problem recently? (this is using 2 different e-mail serviers). Anyway to your queston, Bob --- I use PAF (old version - need to upgrade to newer) but have an older version of FTM on my desktop (mainly for that version's Time Line). I have WinXP and use Microsoft Word 2003? (upgraded from Word97). Also have JUNO with a little used/emergency back up server of AOL (on a relative's account). Hope this helps. (although you already know/have all this, I'm at least making it "official" and using the "BLOG" to reply. Proud of me?? Joan G.

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