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From: Wim Prange <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Control over Genbox Data
Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2005 06:01:55 +0100
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From Citations, you can also select Data Type or Item (not sure which
one, don't have Genbox here). This will report what sort of record
(event, name, individual, etc.) the citation is for.

Gr. Wim


On Fri, 07 Jan 2005 23:37:38 -0500, Kathy Lenerz
<> wrote:
> Don Zochert wrote:
> > Here's what I was looking for: The three outputted forms (primary,
> > second cite, and bibliographical) of a source in my database, such as
> > Berry and Berry's _Early Ohio Settlers_; general or research notes
> > connected to that source; and all citations to that source. For each
> > citation, the report would show the name of the principal, his or her ID
> > number, the name of the event (birth, death, etc.) or record linked to
> > the source, the CD, and any CD annotations. A much less sophisticated
> > program than GB can produce a report like this in two clicks from the
> > time you select your target source on a pick list.
>
> Don-
> I think you can get most of what you want in the Citations report:
>
> Citations report:
> Source ID [select #]
> Citation
> Sec. Citation
> Bibliography
> Event Note
> Event Research Note
> Event Primary
> Event Type
> CD
> Annotation
>
> The only thing missing is the ID for the Primary.
>
> KQL
>
>
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