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From: Debbe Hagner <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] EE Electronic/Digital Edition
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2011 20:46:57 -0400
I always make copies and then write the film number on the back of the
copies. I deal with citation when I get home... I want to look at many
films I possibly can when I am in SLC.. I don't like to use labels... as it
make the paper thicker..
I have a template in excel that I use
Floor film no diescription result
If anyone want a copy...
Debbe Hagner, AG (been to SLC for the last 20 years)...
On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 8:18 PM, Eileen Souza <>wrote:
> This is such a great tip. I am definitely adding it to my research trip
> checklist. Thank you, Sandy.
> Eileen A Souza
> Eldersburg, MD
> Old Bones Genealogy LLC
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:
> > [mailto:] On Behalf
> > Sandy Clunies
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 7:50 AM
> > To:
> > Subject: Re: [TGF] EE Electronic/Digital Edition
> > Hey, Karen - no need to bring hardcopy EE to the NGS trip to SLC in Oct.
> > Firstly, you can be sure it's on the shelf at the FHL if you absolutely,
> > think you need to consult it, and secondly - as the Research Group's
> co-leader, I
> > will be there with you and for you 24/7 to suggest the best use of your
> > Here's one tip: before the trip, prepare + print several sheets of
> labels on
> > which you already typed, in small font: Oct-11 FHL#. Then each time you
> > something from a microfilm to either paper or flash drive, you write down
> > source and have an instant source citation that you can edit to EE
> standards when
> > you get home.
> > If you save to paper, stick the label on the copy. If you save to flash
> drive (my
> > recommendation for the important info), you can keep a chrono list of
> what's on it
> > by adding a new label to a paper (or PC) log.
> > Then your homebound load will be so lightened that you can carry your
> > results in your pocket!
> > --Sandy Clunies
> > Sandra MacLean Clunies, CG(sm)*
> > www.clunies.net/smc.html
> > _____________________________________
> > * CG, Certified Genealogist: service marks of the Board for
> > Genealogists, used by authorized associates following periodic
> > competency evaluations. Certificate No. 411, renewed until 15
> > April 2013. www.bcgcertification.org
> > <<From: Karen Stanbary <>
> > Subject: [TGF] EE Electronic/Digital Edition>>
> > << I noted the threaded posting in June asking about the release of the
> > electronic/digital edition of Evidence Explained. Elizabeth expected it
> > be released in approximately one month. I have searched the Genealogical
> > Publication website but it is not yet available. Any updates? I am
> > to SLC for the NGS research trip in October and thus, obviously, would
> > to "lighten the load.">>
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