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  1. Meeting Information: Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month except December, from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, Colorado. The TMG CIG is a computer interest group open to everyone. We welcome all interested TMG users to our meetings. A general topic of interest is presented followed by Q&A. Laptops are welcome. Contact: Cheryl Larson by email: clarson-704@gmail.com (remove the one dash) and use "TMG CIG" for the subject.
  2. Terry - thanks, this is working great. No more extra periods. (There are two good ways to create notes that do not print. One is to exclude the sentence - add the exclusion marker (a hyphen) as the first character in the sentence. Even better, in my view, is to create a custom tag type for these notes, and when you create reports don't select that tag type. This lets you print them if you should want to for some reason in a particular report.) And for the double names on the reports - I had a tab inserted before the standard TMG birth wording. Removed the tab and now I don't have the double names. Appreciate the help.
  3. Terry, thank you for your advice. Yes, I get an extra period when I use the memo sentence structure <[M]> and have not entered any text. The extra period also appears when I have used <[M0]> when I don't want my comment to print out. If this isn't what the M0 is for, how would I enter a comment just for myself? Couldn't find anything in the instructions, etc. I have a few other times those pesky extra periods are printing out, so will report on those when I have time. Also, on the double names: I've checked and the first tag is the birth tag and all tags have a sort date. I removed a sort date on one, and it placed that tag between the names. Cheri
  4. I am using TMG 6.12 and Windows XP. Ques. #1: On the individual narrative and descendancy narrative reports I sometimes get 2 or 3 periods instead of the usual 1 after a sentence. They seem to appear when I have used the memo: <[M]> but not every time. I go back and carefully edit my input, but it doesn't help. Ques #2: On these same reports, the names print out twice like this: George Henry Danford(8). George Henry Danford (8) was born on 2 Mar 1843 ...... Any ideas? Great program, I enjoy using it. Thanks.