TMG-L Archives

Archiver > TMG > 2002-12 > 1041205422


From: Evelyn Hendricks <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] FTM dilemma
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 18:48:12 -0500
References: <200212282311350150.0338F0A7@mailhub.aros.net><003c01c2a992$49c5bbd0$d7b9fea9@MYRNICE><OFB99D8111.59279EC5-ON85256C97.000EBE76@xslusa.com><003c01c2a992$49c5bbd0$d7b9fea9@MYRNICE>
In-Reply-To: <5.1.0.14.2.20021229020436.0894eec0@mail.whollygenes.com>


I keep FTM on my computer in order to read files that some people send to
me in that format.
Evelyn

At 02:09 AM 12/29/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>Stuart said:
>
>>Knowing that I was the family genealogy guru, some nice relatives of mine
>>whom I love and cherish gave me a deluxe edition of Family Tree Maker for
>>Christmas. Can anyone suggest what I might DO with it ????
>
>You might donate it to a local community center, school, retirement home,
>or genealogical society. Easy jabs aside, it is a good program with as
>much power as some people want. Someone will appreciate it.
>
>-Bob
>
>
>==== TMG Mailing List ====
>To un-subscribe from TMG-L (mail mode), send a message to
><> with just the word "unsubscribe" (no
>quotes)in the text and turn off your signature.
>


This thread: