Friday, August 27, 2010

Family Tree Maker Webinar on September 15th


Posted: 27 Aug 2010 08:00 AM PDT
Family Tree Maker 2011 is almost here. Join us for a free webinar on September 15th at 8:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time and discover why it’s the best version yet.
You’ll learn how to:
  • Use Smart Stories—a new narrative tool to help you create and share family stories.
  • Create new fan charts.
  • Dress up your charts using photographs and embellishments.
  • Add your own historical events to timelines.
  • And much more.
To attend the Family Tree Maker 2011 webinar, click here to register.
And if you have questions you’d like answered, please enter them in the Comments section below. We’ll try to respond to them during the webinar or on the blog. (Please limit your questions to functionality available in Family Tree Maker 2011.) We appreciate your questions and look forward to talking to you soon. Thanks!
Have you missed past webinars? You can view them any time at FamilyTreeMaker.com.



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2 comments:

  1. Hi Russ

    I'm a long time FTM user. I'm just starting to publish reports in preparation of making a book. I was very disappointed to find out that I can't include pictures in descendant reports. From what I was told this is not an option in 2011. So now I'm looking at other software. I found out that when FTM exports GEDCOM files that it doesn't include tags for images. I'm currently using 2009. Can you please tell me if this has changed in the newer versions?
    Thanks!
    Kelly

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  2. Kelly,

    Normally, REPORTS are just that, text Reports and Family Tree Maker has not included them in any Reports. You can include images in Charts.

    The same is true with Image Tags. Family Tree Maker does not include those tags. I know that a couple of genealogy programs include them, but not all.

    Images can be included in Charts, as mentioned, and in Family Group Sheets. The can also be included within the book feature of Family Tree Maker.

    As to Version 2011, will have to see what, specifically, is in the program when it is released to us.

    I will be updating this Blog with Version 2011 information, when available.

    Russ

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