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From: wim prange <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] How do I do this?
Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 04:47:35 +0200
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I'm at work and can't test it but maybe you could give it a shot.
Otherwise I'm afraid it can only be done in Access.
In charts, you can choose to print citations (I believe in the
Legenda?). There is also an option to 'reuse' the citations so you
would only get single ones, hopefully sorted per source. Select an
Everybody charts with 'all events', maybe 'all identifiers' as well
etc. and choose a book-layout. When printing, you should be able to
just print the pages you need: the citations.
On Wed, 06 Oct 2004 21:36:24 -0400, Kathy Lenerz
> Cheri Casper wrote:
> > Kathy - I suspect because there are no links to individuals or events from
> > the higher source, only to lower sources
> Sure there are-- if you click on the Links tab, there are links there.
> > In that case, you will need to run a separate query for each
> > lower source linked to the higher source.
> As I said, very inefficient.
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