The record is from the Ancestry.com online database. It's a Marriage Record that can be found in the Ada County Courthouse in Idaho.
To start, I created a new file in the Plan Workspace, New Tree Tab and entered the Name, William E. Sebring. Because I wanted to cite where that name came from, I first went into Source Workspace, and clicked on Add (on the right), but wanted to use the Template feature for information from a Blog. Clicking on NEW and when this screen appeared typed BLO (and stopped. The Keyword BLO brought up this screen for the Blog Template.
When that was completed, the Cursor was placed over (not clicked) on the Source for the name.
You can see that I had Randy's blog open behind the Family Tree Maker screen, but you can see the Citation for the Name Fact. Since the Blog also had Mable Shown and a Marriage Date of 19 February 1900, that information was entered and a Citation place on the Name and the Shared Marriage Fact.
Just to see where we are at this point, went to the Publish Workspace, Relationship Collection and brought up the Family Group Sheet.
Just to be sure, the link that is in the Blue was clicked to see a little more about this record. This is the Printer Friendly view of that page.
A couple of things to note, for later, is that 1) there is NO image, and 2) the Source Information is what Randy had in his blog. Just confirming that we were looking at the same record. For this example, we went ahead and did the Web Merge. Verifying each merge screen to make sure what was going to be merged. Please note below that what was entered for the marriage was just the Date. In the Web Merge, the Date AND Place (location) was in the Online Record. So, the bullet item next to Make Alternate was selected, making the Online Record information as the Preferred Marriage Fact.
The completing all of the web merge screen and before the merge is executed, the Summary Screen is presented. Please note, that there is no indication that there will be a Media File, with the merge. We didn't see one online either.
Note the Source citation what is coming from Ancestry.com. That is just like the earlier screen that was in the Printer Friendly view of the online record. So far so good.
However, this is not in the Template Format. Returning to the Source Workspace, selecting this Source entry and looking at the RH Panel, we see the old Citation.
This is what we want to change from this format to the appropriate template.
Clicking on the Pencil ICON at the top of this panel, will open the Source Screen.
In this case, rather than using the Keyword search, a manual selection will be made to locate the appropriate template.
In this case, we were looking at a Local and State Record - Courts and Governance record. It was a Derivative that was found in and Online Database.
Note the Bottom of that screen about the Database Outline and at the top of the screen referring to the QuickCheck model that can be found in Evidence Explained!.
Making that selection brings up the Edit Source Screen, where the Source Template is filled in, at the time, so completing the Database Title, Webside creator/owner, Website Title, URL, and Year fields are filled in.
Clicking on OK, takes us back to the Source Workspace and the Citation screen, which has taken the information from the old format, and is now in the Template format.
Information from that Printer Friendly screen where the Source talked about "This record can be found ..." was put into the Citation Text, along with "Entry for marragee of William E. Sebring and Mable Shown, 19 February, 1900.
Because I wanted all of the information to appear in the EndNotes, a check mark was put into the Include in ref. note.
Returning to the Family Group Sheet, we now see the Facts that now have that citation, and the new citation.
Returning to the Source workspace and selecting this Citation, the facts will also be listed in the Center Panel.
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