Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Large Reports – 64 bit

If you are using a 32 bit operating system, go to Large Reports – 32 bit. There is a limit to how much you can print on an 8 1/2 x 11 inch piece of paper. Most people don’t have a way to print on paper larger than legal size at home. The solution is to …

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Custom Reports

Ancestral Quest – Custom Reports I decided that I needed three different directories. One for my paternal relatives, one for my maternal relatives, and one for both. Only the descendants of my mom and dad would receive a directory containing both. I assigned Tag 1 to the living descendants of my father’s father who were …

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Nu 2 AQ – Tags

Tags – Surprisingly Useful/Easy Before I found Ancestral Quest, I used another genealogical program. It had Tags. I never used them. I didn’t see any reason for them. You may be in that same situation. When I saw Tags in AQ 14, I decided to try them out.  I remembered many years ago when my …

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Nu 2 AQ – Fan Chart

Ancestral Quest – Colorful New Fan Chart Ancestral Quest 14 has an interesting new capability. It produces a Fan Chart. To get this report, click on the Printer icon on the Tool bar to bring up the Reports and Charts screen. Click on the Pedigree tab. Notice the settings which are selected. The Chart Type …

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Family History Conference

Turning Hearts – 2012 The Ogden FamilySearch Library is presenting a Family History Conference,Turning Hearts. Saturday Sept 15, 2012, Shepard Union Building, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah. Gaylon Findlay, founder of Incline Software and Author of Ancestral Quest, the program from which PAF was built, will teach two classes. 7:30-8:30 – Registration 8:00-4:00 – Food …

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