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  1. Tag window does not display

    Terry -- Thanks for the suggestions. The first -- to move the sub-windows off the main TMG window -- did not work. I had tried it before. The Window drop down menu choice Center Current Window brought it right up! Everything on that drop down was grayed out except the Center Current Window. Thanks for telling me about it. Now I've run out of excuses -- back to work. Have a good New Year....
  2. When I double click on the "Note" tag, only the "Reminder" window opens. TMG considers the Tag to be open, so all operations on the tool bar are grayed out. That makes so that I can't close, change tag type, and so forth. I can't even clost the program with the red X in the top title bar. I have to use Windows Task Manager to close the program for re-opening to try again. I had viewed the Tag a few times in the same session before it started to refuse to display. I am running version 7, Windows XP, two data sets open. The project at hand is to read the Notes imported from FTM to find the information to post to the appropriate tags in TMG. Thanks for your attention.
  3. Splitting Project file

    Terry, Thank You. You did understand the question question. I will work with it next week and let you know. But, of course, you already know it will work. And one detail I didn't explain is that our data is in two Data Sets in one .pjc file. I think I can figure that part out. I suspect that it doesn't make much difference in the process. I just Enable one Data Set at a time. Thanks, Richard...
  4. Splitting Project file

    Yes, you have stated the question, Terry. Now, how do we construct a filter to cut off a branch? My wife has a genealogy file with token entries for my family, and I have token entries of her family in my file. I would like to cut off my line from her file, and her line from my file, then make a merge. So, what does a filter look like that removes a person and all their predecessors (ancestors & aunts & uncles & cousins)?