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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 7 Sep 2012 12:55

On the tree page, under the name of your tree, are the written words 'View Other trees'.

That opens in the middle of the scree, as is known as a Tree Dashboard.

Arranged alphabetically by first name of the owner, there are 20 names per page. You'll probably have to use the slide bar to view each name on a page. The numbes of other pages are towards the bottom.

As for finding someone in your tree or someone elses, you may find it easier to use the List function from the link on the tree page. The Profile screen can be accessed on the list if you prefer to use that to view the details. Alternatively, once you have found them, you can choose to view them in the tree as either Immediate family, Full, Ancestors or Descendents