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Colin

Colin Report 18 Oct 2017 20:11

Got 4600+ entries on my tree - need to print out sections of it - how can i do this please

Colin

RolloTheRed

RolloTheRed Report 18 Oct 2017 20:36

I use GRAMPS free download. Export yr GR tree into a GED file then import the file into GRAMPS which has lots of print options. There is no way of any serious printing from GR itself.

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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 18 Oct 2017 22:19

If Rollo's suggestion doesn't work out for you, you could ask for a quote from
http://www.genealogyprinters.com/catalog/

They will need a copy of your gedcom. To download it from GR, hover your mouse over the heading Family Tree and select Export GEDCOM.

Although it should arrive within a few minutes, the download sometimes gets 'hung up'. If that happens, email Support to sort it out.
Support@genesreunited.co.uk

bob

bob Report 19 Oct 2017 16:03

I have used genealogyprinters and highly recommend them. I just gave them my password for my tree on Ancestry and they did the rest.