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Re: Printing Media pictures in UFT 3.0
Posted by: James A. Landrum (ID *****9653) Date: November 14, 2003 at 14:34:21
In Reply to: Re: Printing Media pictures in UFT 3.0 by John Moran of 11492

Geez, John, you sure know how to ruin a guy's day!! But thanks very much for your reply! I am sure that I ordered Family Tree Maker 11 because I THOUGHT that UFT was no longer available!( I placed my order from the " site). I started out with Roots 3(?) years ago, but don't keep up with the latest software enough to know which is really best. I read some good things about The Master Genealogist but wonder if it is worth the extra money. I have 10,400 plus names currently in UFT 3.0. My pet peeve so far has been that I cannot find software that somewhere in the reports doesn't limit the report to 16 or so generations, so one ends up having to "connect" say the 16th generation to the 17th by simply making a new report.... instead of it just printing the entire report consisting of maybe 25 generations. 'That make sense? Do you have any opinion as to which software is the best? Family Tree Maker 11, or UFT 11, or TMG? I am not too concerned with making large wall charts - more interested in making a "book form" report.

Again I thank you for your reply and hope I am not taking advantage of your courtesy in asking your opinions.

Jim Landrum

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