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Re: saving as GEDCOM - which format, please?
Posted by: C J Dean (ID *****9324) Date: June 20, 2004 at 04:25:53
In Reply to: Re: saving as GEDCOM - which format, please? by Robert Strock of 11492

Bob - because of the other problem that I've told you about - (After saving the project as .sqz and GEDCOM, I wanted to save it as family journal, so I clicked on file, then print set up as usual. The ultimate family tree preferences then appeared too far down the screen (so some of it couldn't be seen) to be able to tick next to something (forgotten what it's called!) in order to be able to save the journal as rtf document. The ultimate family tree preferences display just could not be moved. I need to be able to do so in order to tick the right place so that I can save the journal and other reports as rtf.) - if it can't be solved, then we might just have to change to another program. Though we don't want to because we like UFT. If we have to change, are thinking of PAF - how should we save as GEDCOM in order to do that, please? - in order to keep all the masses of text we have included in biographical and event. Thank you for your help.
Joy
dean@sp61pp.freeserve.co.uk


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