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From: Michael Willis Freeland <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] One Click Report - was "I give up"
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 14:55:05 -0500
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I agree wholeheartedly with Myrnice. I stopped using UFT about 2 years
ago, and never missed it. But now that Myrnice refreshes my memory, the
UFT "Family Journal" report was a great feature. I have tried many
times to figure out how to make a comparable TMG report, without success
so far. The neat thing about the UFT report was, as Myrniec points out,
the reference to where the connection goes when the surname drops out.
William Roberts wrote:
> The report that I miss the most in UFT is the Family Journal. This report
> can be used to select everyone in the database who is connected in any way
> with the focus person and print out a Journal based on the surname linage.
> When the surname changes you get a message as to the where the lineage
> "Terry Reigel" wrote on Sunday, January 14, 2001 10:24 AM
> Subject: Re: [TMG] One Click Report - was "I give up"
> > David Ward wrote:
> > > Secondly, for us beginners, the need to be able to print out a simple
> > > one-click outline descendancy tree or a genealogy report á la FTW. From
> > > there we can see immediately what we've got and can learn to branch out.
> > I agree, any changes that make TMG easy for new users to get started will
> > us all. TMG does provide sample reports that should generate those kind of
> > reports with little effort. Could you make some specific comments about
> > those don't do what you have in mind? And any suggestions for
> > Terry Reigel