Re: Re: Writing Guidelines - Ray Waldo
Subject: Re: Re: Writing Guidelines
From: Ray Waldo
Date: March 23, 2001

I don't know exactly what they want (you may need to ask them for more
clarification) but I would suggest the DESCENDANTS report. Go to the oldest
of your ancestors and then select the File-Reports options, click on the
Descendants tab and set the options that you would like. Finally, in the
lower right hand corner is a VERY SMALL check box that says "Print to File".
(I missed it at first also.)
The next screen allows you to choose the filename and location for the file
it will produce. The file is created in .RTF (Rich Text Format) which is can
be read by almost any word processor.

Hope this helps. I have been helped so much by others on these lists that I
am indebted and I just want to return the favor some how.

Ray Waldo
Seeking John BULLOCK b. abt 1780 in SC.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Laura Berger" 
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2001 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: Writing Guidelines

> I'm seeking advice on "lineage chart" writing.
> The Carolina Herald and Newsletter, the quarterly publication of the South
> Carolina Genealogical Society,  is sponsoring a Lineage Chart Project.
> member is allowed to submit two charts.  The charts will be published as
> sent, not retyped.
> Is the Ancestry  Report on paf the same as a lineage chart ?
> Also, how can I turn the Ancestry Report into a file for word processing.
> Many thanks-Laura B.
> ______________________________

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