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From: "Cheri Casper" <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] The best things about Genbox?
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2007 16:12:55 -0700
Sally - What is think is most unique and useful:
* Transcribing/extracting/abstracting material into the Source and then
being able to mark the text for output in foot/endnotes. I've not seen this
* Saved Lists -- increased my productivity immensely.
* Ability to attach media to sources. In trying to move away from paper,
I'm now attaching scans, PDFs, doc files, etc., that I can access via a
click. Again, to the best of my knowledge this is unique to GenBox.
* Unparalled charts.
* Three principals to an event -- great when you have adoptions of a child
other than a step-child.
Lots of other stuffies include the abundance of Note fields everywhere, but
the above are my faves.
Behalf Of s.lloyd9
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2007 2:31 PM
Subject: [GENBOX] The best things about Genbox?
I'm on the committee of the local branch of a family history society and in
a very rash moment I agreed to demonstrate Genbox as someone else said they
were going to show what you can do with FTM. I really don't know how I
would manage without Genbox, but public speaking is definitely not my
strong point, though it's going to be more like small groups gathered round
a computer for 15 minutes before moving on to the next demo and the next
bunch taking their place.
If you had to make a list of the best things about GB what would you
include? What do you think are it's most unique features? what would you
demonstrate and how?
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