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Re: William McDaniel
Posted by: Dave Bounds (ID *****6258) Date: May 03, 2005 at 13:47:41
In Reply to: Re: William McDaniel by Patsy Hughes of 455

I am still at dear. I now have you in my new computers address book too. My old computer has you in it but it is going into the hospital today. Hope I don't lose any addresses or geneology data. I had to split my FTM2005 files into two seperate ones because I had reached the limits on the data in the notes and sources sections. I still cannot merge GED files but can enter them in singly though. FTM support said I was the third person to reach their limits and told me how to split the files. I am now also using 2 different programs as well. My total database now is just under 250,000. When I win the big lottery I am gonna buy me a programmer and have him put together one totally complete genealogy program that can even read what I type in and put in what I meant to type instead, and in the right family and to use it in the right format too. Even these new puters can't spell Bounds with a Capital B, they want to change it to lower case every time. I can't even add the capitalized version into the dictionary they use either.

I am sending the same message in e-mail dear just in case you miss this one.

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