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Judy M.

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  • Birthday 10/01/1943

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  1. TMG v9 problems

    Well, I made a focus group, selected everything that seemed appropriate for the GEDCOM, made the GEDCOM, downloaded the free version of Legacy, and imported the GEDCOM. I think my relative will be able to work with the GEDCOM, but she will have to purchase Legacy in order to do everything she wants to do. I was glad to see that I included the source information for her. I don't know whether every person has been included, but she can always look at my reports to determine that. Now she darn well better share any updates she has!!!
  2. TMG v9 problems

    These people have to be added manually?
  3. TMG v9 problems

    Jim, how do you make a GEDCOM for just one family within a database, assuming that that's possible? I have a relative who would like a GEDCOM of one of the families I'm researching so she can open it in Legacy 9. I've already warned her of potential issues, but I'm willing to share my data...for that one family.
  4. Journal Report printing problem

    I'm not running any other programs as administrator. To be honest, I don't recall what led to my running TMG as an administrator...but something wasn't working correctly and choosing to run TMG as administrator solved a problem. I could test it to see whether it's really necessary, but I'm so used to the security prompt when I start TMG, so it's no big deal. "No downside" makes me feel better. Thanks for your help!
  5. Journal Report printing problem

    To be honest, I don't recall why I found the need to run TMG as administrator. Is there any problem doing so?
  6. Journal Report printing problem

    Jim, that's interesting. I just checked, and I am running TMG as administrator. Using Adobe Reader, I have to rename the file before I "print" the reporter, rather than after (as I was doing when I chose Microsoft Print to PDF), but I can deal with that. Is there any reason why I shouldn't be running TMG as administrator? Also, I should be using Microsoft Print to PDF in Printer Setup?
  7. Journal Report printing problem

    Something weird just happened. I chose Adobe PDF...and it worked! Wasn't that something that wasn't working with Windows 10? It's working now! I get the "Not responding" message, but in less time than when I was using the Microsoft Print to PDF driver as the printer, I would first have it fail...and then it would take a very long time for my larger journal reports to "print."
  8. Journal Report printing problem

    Anything new regarding this issue?
  9. Ah, okay. I will make a note of that for future reference, as it will be useful for other issues. Thanks!
  10. Terry's idea worked best for me. Michael, there didn't seem to be an option (at least not that I could find!) to exclude the sensitive tag type as you described.
  11. Thanks for the ideas. I'll see what works best for me (other than simply including an excluded anecdote so that I have the info for myself).
  12. By request I have excluded a family member's first marriage, especially because there were no children of the marriage. However, the journal report still shows that "There were no known children of...." Is there any way I can avoid having that included in the journal report?
  13. Printing reports to .pdf file

    And I appreciate your input. Thanks very much!
  14. Printing reports to .pdf file

    Problem solved. I had .rtf files associated with Word (by default), and I don't have Word! So I downloaded Libre Office, associated .rtf files with that, and...BINGO! Whew!
  15. Report Screen Preview not working

    Problem solved. I had .rtf files associated with Word (by default), and I don't have Word! So I downloaded Libre Office, associated .rtf files with that, and...BINGO! Whew!
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