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RE: "Gedcom" file is opened and then exported to HTML
Posted by: Gary Adams (ID *****6896) Date: March 18, 2005 at 12:30:07
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RE: "Gedcom" file is opened and then exported to HTML

I was born in Palmetto, Louisiana - the grand son of Faidelle Deshotel Dupre and Dorestan Dupre.

1. If you need PC help - after helping over 35 folks install and configure Family Tree Maker - and now we are using the New Family Tree Maker 2005 which is the easiest and most complete resource for building your family tree.

2 Then the genealogy info is exported to a "Gedcom" file.

3. The "Gedcom" file is opened and then exported to HTML for web pages. There are several free programs that will export to HTML such as -
a. Gedpage: Family Tree Web Page Builder
b. PAF (Family Search Personal Ancestral File) is a tool to help you record, manage, and share your genealogical information. With this program, you can create and store family information about thousands of individuals.

4. Then we use FrontPage to publish the finished HTML to the web like this site;

pierre-des-autels.accaw.org

Thank you so much for your help.
http://groups.msn.com/256thInfantryBrigade

Best regards,

Gary Adams
1113 S. Range Ave., Ste.110
Box 224
Denham Springs, LA 70726-4820

314.479.8201 - tel
775.655.1104 - fax

LsuEdu @ msn com
http://digital-mall-online.com
"Imagination...is the irrepressible revolutionist."


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