An unofficial guide to genealogical common sense time savers used in Ancestry.com and Family Tree Maker.
I’ve been in the business of education for more years than I wish to remember and have found there is always someone who could use a little boost in this area of excitement finding some beautiful gems that make searching for distant family ever the more fun. Following are some examples found by “what if” poking around, drawing on my years of experience teaching college computer classes, and using previous experience with Windows-based computers and Macintosh as well.
This is the website to support the book I published recently should you have further questions or have a problem finding the little gems that I have provided. You will also be able to interact with others who have suggestions on how to make better use of Ancestry.com and Family Tree Maker.
This site is still being created so now is a good time to let me know what issues you have or if you have suggestions on little tips and tricks or shortcuts you would like to share. The main purpose in this site to help you find more enjoyment in these great products and hopefully to let Ancestry know what you think both positive and negative so we can look forward to even more enjoyment in their services.
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