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From: Richard Brogger <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Another setting color tags question
Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2001 14:18:39 -0500
Lee has information about filters at <http://www.tmgtips.com> more
specificly <http://www.tmgtips.com/tmgtutor.htm>. Look for Creating
a Custom Picklist, How to Create and set the RELATED BY Flag,
Tutorial on Report Filters, More on Report Filters.
I will suggest you start there and let us know what additional help
> I would like to use four colors to divide my family: blue for myself, my
> father, and his parents and all of their ancestors and collaterals, yellow
> for my mother, her father, and her father's parents and all of their
> ancestors and collaterals, blue for my paternal grandmother and all of her
> ancestors and collaterals, and green for my maternal grandmother and all of
> her ancestors and collaterals. Can someone please walk me through how to do
> I am just beginning to use TMG and am coming from FTM 8.0 which I bought as
> an upgrade a few months ago so I could transfer my data into TMG. I had never
> entered my sources because I was working in a very old version of FTM (3.4)
> but I have all the sources on paper. I am hoping to organize my research (I
> finally have a tentative filing system for the paper sources) and enter my
> sources at the same time because everything is snowballing and I have huge
> amounts of unentered data and sources. I am not real computer savvy so it is
> taking me a while to get comfortable with TMG. I have the Gold edition 4.0d.
> If someone is kind enough to walk me through this color thing, please think
> "beginning user" as you are giving instructions.
> Thank you very much.
> Dana Kellerman
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