Try not to over-think Dropbox links. I doubt they could make it any easier than it already is.
There are links to everything in your Dropbox. You can share anything you want to. Either individual files or folders or individual files within folders. … [continued]
Time goes. And chances for communication go. … [continued]
Tracfone is a pay-and-talk service that works in the U.S. only. It’s illegal to try to make it work anywhere else. … [continued]
There are many ways of finding and writing GPS co-ordinates. The easiest way I know is using GeoSetter.
GeoSetter is free software compatible with Windows XP and higher. … [continued]
The Carbonite Backup Drive
When you install Carbonite it creates a Backup Drive on your computer. As it backs up your files, it will show a listing of all the files that have been backed up. You don’t need to log into your account to see this. Just scroll down Windows Explorer until you come to:
I used to use a special wire attached to my land-line for recording phone conversations. Now that Skype is my regular phone I’m interested in the possibilities for audio recording with Skype. It’s not included by default. … [continued]
1. can you create a cemetery list in legacy family tree
I put my cemeteries under Burial Address which puts them into the Master Event Address List. If you do too and you want a list for one cemetery it’s easy. Just choose the cemetery, click Show List and then Create Search List. It will show up in the Name List and you can print it from there. … [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]