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From: "Dafanie Goldsmith" <>
Subject: RE: Family tree Sort of GEN?
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 15:11:04 +1200
In-Reply-To: <3B315EBF.10E492A@alphalink.com.au>


Gordon would you mind taking a little while to explain features that you
prefer in Legacy.
Probably best if you reply off list
Regards
Dafanie

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-----Original Message-----
From: Gordon Allison [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, 21 June 2001 2:41 p.m.
To:
Subject: Re: Family tree

Hello David

I can recommend using Legacy 3.0 which is a more sophisticated program than
either FTM, UFT or TMG. To boot it's available as a free download from the
Legacy site. If you want a manual to go with it you can register for US$15
and
also get a key to unlock a few more features built into the deluxe version.
The
manual is very comprehensive and certainly makes life easier to be able to
use
all the programs sophistication.

I am not in any way associated with the company and do not receive any
financial
remuneration.

URL: http://www.legacy.com

Gordon
Melbourne, Australia.

David Moon wrote:

> Having bought Family tree I was told to buy Ultimate Family Tree, which I
> did when in the U.K. Then I was told to give that up as the company were
not
> going to continue with this product. So I bought Master Genealogist..
Lots
> of software and no progress seems to my story. Has anyone survived a
> similar experience and if so what was the final solution.
> David Moon
> Pietermaritzburg
>
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