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Re: Pedigree Chart numbering system
Posted by: Lance (ID *****7058) Date: January 08, 2003 at 04:35:19
In Reply to: Pedigree Chart numbering system by Paul Wright of 4832

No, Paul, that is the standard way of all Pedigree Charts in any program. You will notice, however, that each chart will have a small notation that states "No. 1 on this Chart is the same as No.[X] on Chart No.[Y]". The [X] and [Y] of course are actual numbers and change on each chart. The names on the right hand side of the Chart will also have a Chart number after their name, stating on which Chart they continue. This makes it relatively simple to follow the leads. The numbers on the Charts are only "position" numbers and have nothing to do with an individual's record.

Lance


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