With all files sorted into MRIN folders, there’s only one thing left; my genealogy database. Scary huge place that is, OMG. All the notes and events and research and everything. … [continued]
It’s long past time to write a compilation of the MRIN Filing System. Over the years my use of it has changed and changed and changed. … [continued]
As per the last post about filing everything, all files are now sorted into MRIN folders.
The main disadvantage to MRIN Filing is that family lines become separated by number. If you’re used to surname filing and being able to quickly find the files of a family group, it’s going to be a challenge. … [continued]
I’m always interested in how other people work out the eternal problem of their genealogy filing. … [continued]
Not gone forever, just cleaning up the MRIN folders. … [continued]
I knew I’d seen this somewhere, and I meant to go looking for it again. In my spare time. Ahem. Fortunately, I just stumbled upon it. The File ID Assistant.
If you’re using the digital component of the MRIN Filing System, and you’re a Legacy user, there’s a quick way to find your next MRIN or your next MRIN-extension. When you go to put a number in the Source Citation Detail Box, click on the magnifier next to the File ID box.