3 of 5 – Your 12-Step checklist to using Legacy Family Tree software

Geoff Rasmussen
Aug 23, 2013
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Introduction
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Set Relationships
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Quick Bookmarks
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Set Direct Line
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Half Siblings
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Symbols
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Set Startup Family
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Preferences
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Master Lists
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Backups
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Potential Problems
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File Maintenance
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Tree Finder
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About this webinar

Every Legacy user should follow these 12 steps when working with their database. (Originally published as part of the “Legacy Family Tree Video Training Series (5-CD Set) – Volume 1”.)

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About the speaker

Geoffrey D. Rasmussen is the father of four budding genealogists. He graduated with a degree in Genealogy and Family History from Brigham Young University and has served as director and vice-president of the Utah Genealogical Association. He is th
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    Herbert Adelsberg
    4 months ago

    After viewing this 3rd tutorial section, I have had thoughts about starting my tree from the beginning..Like all NEW.. for me to go into the GEDCOM I loaded into Legacy 9 might become dicy at best, considering having 6,000 names.. Then it will take plenty of time to do from scratch just the same.. I am OK with that.. At least it will be correct to some extent untill I have everybody entered..Afterwards I can start re-adding other members and their children and their childrens children, etc.. I do see that Legacy 9 has many valuable features to it that Ancestry Family Tree by Mckiev doesn’t at this time.. I see that Legacy can solve one or two main issues I have that Ancestry doesn’t have.. Even though some of Ancestry’s features are hidden.

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