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Updated Family Tree Person Page Intro- Kathryn Grant (18 Oct 2018) 50 min

Kathryn Grant gives an overview of the recently updated FamilySearch’s Family Tree Person Page.

 

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Note from Kathryn Grant relating to this webinar’s Q&A:

“And here’s what I found out about printing the timeline. There is no print function on the timeline page, but you can use the browser’s print function (Ctrl-P works in every browser I’m aware of).

 

The limitation is that it only prints the part of the timeline that’s visible on the screen. If there are more events than fit on the page and you want to print them all, you’d have to print the page, then scroll the timeline down to show more events and print again. You’d have to repeat that as many times as necessary to get all the timeline events to print. ”

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