Debbie, Are you saying your book reports look as follows, e.g.:
"Debbie was born on Jan. 01, 1970 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. She was baptised on Jan. 30, 1970 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. She graduated school in1988 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. She married John Doe on Feb. 07, 1990 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, etc."
These little short sentences are one of the disadvantages of computer-generated book reports and are really irritating as a lot of editing is required to get a presentable Register format. You might try the following:
1. Click on edit.
2. Click on Individual Event List
3. Click on the event you want
This will bring you to the ‘define event screen'
At the bottom of the screen you'll see something like ‘%1 and other numbers. As you play around with it a sample sentence will appear at the bottom of the screen and you can keep fiddling with it until you get a structure that you like. However, this will do nothing to prevent those short sentences.
Also, I ran a book report as a test on an ancestor who had two marriages and two sets of children and it showed both marriages and both families, so I don't know what the problem is that you can't do this. Jeanne
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