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From: "Judith F. Russell" <>
Subject: [GENBOX] Charts
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 17:57:18 -0400
Genbox is still unique, I believe, in its ability to add numbered source
notes to charts. This is a great feature for producing page-sized charts
with references for publications, but it would work, I suppose, on a 26 foot
----- Original Message -----
From: "RNelson" <>
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 5:27 PM
Subject: [GENBOX] Fw: Charts
> Greetings all
> I have been a avid Genbox user for about 6 years now if not more and find
> the program wonderful to use, I believe like all FH programs there is a
> lot more than I need or understand but this is the nature of FH research
> and I find a little more of interest every time I use it.
> There were/are some excellent Genbox tutorials done by 3rd party
> programmers as well as excellent FH tutorials in general. i am grateful
> for those when I started out, teaching me the best way/order in which to
> enter data. i.e Source first.
> Someone in the know may be able to list these or other tutorials in this
> mailing list, I have been away from FH for some time.
> A couple of years ago I attended a family reunion where I prepared and
> presented a complete family tree. Thanks to Genbox I was able to produce
> and edit this tree which when printed was 2 x A4 deep and 26 feet in
> length stretching over 4 pasting tables all in generation colours. The
> reunion and the Tree were a great success.
> I am no expert in the use of Genbox but find it good and most forgiving. I
> have made many mistakes in the past and thank those in this Mailing list
> and the owner who have given there time to help sort me out.
> I look forward to a version 4 but realise the financial climate we live in
> may delay it's release to some degree, in the mean time I am more than
> happy to work with this fine program in its present state.
> Roger Nelson
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