Bookmarks are the cheap cure for being overwhelmed.
Simply — When I sit down at my computer I’m either doing my own work or reading, watching or listening to someone else’s. Multitasking is trying to do more than one at the same time. Continue reading
It could be said there’s no such thing as too many backups of your genealogy work. Because it is work and the thought of ever losing it is beyond sickening. Continue reading
The last two years I’ve spent much more time working on my genealogy database than I have blogging. And it’s been one thing after another. Here’s a list of some of the things that have been happening in my genea-cave.
I’ve written about computer backup oh, about a million times already. THIS time I’m going to make it really simple. Because it is. And there are no excuses. Continue reading
As I’ve collected more and more cemeteries in my Legacy database I’ve noticed there are a lot with the same name. They show up in my Master Event Address List as I add them to Burial Address rather than the Master Location List.
If I had known how long it would take to change over 3,300 folder names I might have had second thoughts. Now that it’s done, I’m glad I did it.
At some point you’re going to run out of end-of-line ancestors to find. Either through lack of records or inability to travel to a foreign country. Or, in my case, even New York. Continue reading
Following on from yesterday, An Easier Way To Merge Duplicates in Legacy Family Tree, this would be an EVEN easier way to merge duplicates.
From the top, the basic decision is to merge or not to merge. Continue reading
I’ve found an easier way to merge duplicates in Legacy Family Tree. Your mileage may vary.
Previously, after creating my list of duplicates, I would tag a few pairs. Continue reading
For those who get all tangled up in Legacy tagging, or for those who just need more search options, there’s a way to break things down called Only search the Search List. Continue reading