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From: "Andy Stone" <>
Subject: RE: [CHS] Creating Box Charts
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 09:04:00 -0000
I purchased Legacy Charting companion, from the legacy web site (about £15,
I think) which does all sorts of really good charts, picking up the info
from Legacy, keeping one set of data and creating from the most up-to-date
copy of you family, therefore any changes are reflected in the chart.
The Charting Companion also produces other pretty charts too.
Sorry to criticise the Microsoft Organisation chart, but this is a bad idea,
very clunky, inflexible and requires all the data to be input manually -
leave well alone.
Researching:- (Cheshire) Foden, Bowker, Ashton & Boon
(Elsewhere) Stone, Duffield, Haile, Rhodes, Andrews, Lewis, Boulton.
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From: Sheila Dutton [mailto:]
Sent: 27 March 2003 22:04
Subject: [CHS] Creating Box Charts
I would be grateful for some advice here please. I use Legacy Family Tree,
which doesn't create a very good descendant box chart. I have other
programs, but none of them create very good charts either. What I would
like is a program which creates a box chart which is small enough to be
readable, but which doesn't use dozen's of pages. Legacy advertise three
that I can see, Legacy Charting Companion, Genelines 2.0 for Legacy, and
Tree Draw Legacy Edition. Any advice on the above will be welcome,
especially from anyone who can offer advice on any of the Legacy ones I have
mentioned. I would like to create full descendant box charts.
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