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From: Bob Strock <>
Subject: Re: [UFT] RE: individual summary report
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 10:29:35 -0400
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Check the options one the report screen. Could All Events be checked. Best to
check Principal.

Bob Strock

alan dicks wrote:
> Pierce,
> I followed your instructions, there were no individuals named just the
> events which I deleted, although I also deleted 1 death event by mistake
> ! I did manage to keep the original birth event with the tick in the
> role box though. Is this the advanced editing window F8 brings you to ?
> I have not got around to using this yet, I see why they called it
> Ultimate Family Tree now, there's so much in this programme.
> Many thanks for your help,
> Alan.
>> From: "Reid, Pierce (TCU)" <>
>> Reply-To:
>> To:
>> Subject: [UFT] RE: individual summary report
>> Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 08:47:34 -0400
>> alan dicks asked:
>> <<I have an individual summary report for 1 person that has 5 birth
>> events
>> not relevant to him, although they all have the same individuals name.
>> The
>> 5 dates all relate to grand parents and ggrandparents dates. The birth
>> events on the individual entry don't show any of these dates so I'm
>> unable to edit them out. Does any body know how to do this? On another
>> note, reading through UFT Tree faq's can I up grade my uk version
>> 2.91 to 3.0 or 3.1, not sure which download to use.
>> Would be grateful for any advice,>>
>> Alan,
>> Last question first: There is no free upgrade from 2.9. If
>> possible, I would suggest try to aquire a copy of 3.0 (they sometimes
>> pop up on eBay for about $10) and then upgrading to 3.1 from the
>> Portland Roots User Group web site.
>> The upgrade, though, should not affect your problem.
>> My first approach would be to look at all the events associated
>> with your individual. Press Shift-F8 to get a list of all his events. Do
>> you see the unwanted events in that list? To view a particular event,
>> scroll down to the event (or select it with your mouse) and press F8.
>> You can see what role the individual is linked to, and you can scroll to
>> the other individuals linked to the event to find their role. Who or
>> which ones are flagged as "Principal"? You can go to any individual by
>> selecting them in the role list and then clicking on the "Go" button. If
>> you go to a "Principal" individual for the event, you can select the
>> event from that individual's screen and correct any errors. For example,
>> if an unwanted person is linked to the event, find that person in the
>> role list and erase his name from that role.
>> I suspect that may be the way to solve your problem. If not, I
>> think we need more information on what the problem looks like to you.
>> Pierce
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