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Steve,G Report 22 Nov 2021 12:57

Hi, could someone possibly help me out before I go mental !!! All I want to do is print my entire family tree on to standard A4 paper, trim it, and stick together. Just for a quick reference. I've done it before, but, had my pc updated a while back and seem to be missing a program I obviously used befor. I've downloaded my tree from Ancestry, but unable to print.
Can any one please advise,
Many thanks...


Island Report 22 Nov 2021 14:08

Not something I've done but might be inclined to copy and paste in sections or - don load it to a cd and take it to a printers?
I'm sure someone will be able to advise better than I.

Does Ancestry not have a community forum?


nameslessone Report 22 Nov 2021 14:36

If it is on Genes they have always had a problem with big trees. Genealogy Printers can print it for you. I don't know the charges but they are well recommended.