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From: Elizabeth Churchett <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Fonts in Pedigrees
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2003 00:17:37 -0500
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I saw this come up recently, and I too *strongly* support hanging
indents in charts & reports. It's a little hard for me to imagine why
anyone would not want them; perhaps I have a lack of imagination <g>.

--Elizabeth
Austin, Texas

Allan B Currie wrote:

>I'm told that TMG just doesn't have the ability to handle hanging indents
>and, what amazes me, is that no one on this list seems to think that it
>matters. To me, it's a no-brainer. No one would want a word processor that
>required you to manually set the indentation for every line individually,
>yet this is what TMG is telling my word processors to do. I use both Word
>and WordPerfect, but it makes no difference.
>
>I'm led to believe that TMG 5.infiniti won't be any better unless there is a
>heavy demand for it and, from the response I've had so far, there doesn't
>seem to be much chance of that. The best method I've found is to feed the
>file back to an old version of Family Tree Maker, PAF, or any of the less
>"full-featured" programs that produce excellent indented charts.
>
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