Here you will find programs to help you work.
Choosing & Using Genealogy Software
This week I attended a lecture at the TN Genealogical Society. Deborah Atchley was the speaker for the topic, Choosing & Using Genealogy Software. I wanted to share some of her links with you. All of the software has great attributes, you have to decide which one works best for you.
A great new tool to record experiences is the new digital frames. Upload your jpeg and exif pictures using an USB port. You can adjust how fast the images show (5 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 1 day, etc).
Family Tree Builder 5.0
MyHeritage.com brings Family History to the Masses with Free Family Builder 5.0. Here is their press release!
Family Tree Maker 2009 Features
Part two of my review of Family Tree Maker 2009© (FTM 2009) includes features in the Web Search, Places and Media workspaces. FTM expanded the Web Search feature with more databases on a manual basis, either paid for or free. FTM still searches the Ancestry database for results.
Family Tree Maker 2009 Review
Family Tree Maker 2009© (FTM 2009) has many new features over the previous versions. Even though it’s the nation’s most popular genealogy software, it’s amazing how many features are included in this software package for a low price.
FTM 2009 Sources and Publishing Features
Family Tree Maker 2009© (FTM 2009) users will appreciate the easy to use Sources and Publish features. I’m glad to see the FTM developers reserved a tab for this important feature. Experienced genealogists cite their sources as should all genealogists for validation.
Genealogy software programs are very helpful in keeping our family data organized; a program that helps us print out charts and reports. Here are a few of many to choose from.
Personal Ancestral File: Genealogy Software Review
Personal Ancestral File is a FREE genealogy software program provided by the LDS organization. It creates GEDCOMs, tracks your ancestry and much more.
Surname Suggestion List Review Genealogy Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Genealogy Site Map
The Surname Suggestion List is a new tool to aid in genealogy research. The first release was in June 2007, so you can be among the first to take advantage of this new genealogy site.
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