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Peter Jones

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Peter Report 4 Dec 2002 21:24

Stephen, I am using the Gendesigner application, which allows you to create each individual separately. A box is created which you can drag anywhere on the tree and then link it (spouse, parent) to other boxes. Object-oriented programming. <g> Gendesigner saves in its own format, filename.g3d, and you also have the option of saving in gedcom 5.5 standard.