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The save button just didnt work, so I did what you said then restarted and BINGO.
Thanks so much
What I usually do when I create a report is always select screen/printer option first then I view the report and if I like what I see I create a pdf file of it. It then opens the window to where I want to save it and I can change it to any place I wish. So either I am missing something from what you stated or are you trying to make a report from another report. If the problem keeps happening go to your file menu click file maintenance and then click check and repair. I am sure everything will return to normal.
Hi, I did a silly thing. I thought I had finished saving a report and so, as I wanted to tidy up the files in My Documents, I changed the File name. I then realised I hadnt done a relationship record. When I tried to save it as a PDF file it said it couldnt find the location. I tried to save it in another place but it wouldn't do it. I changed the file name back but that doesnt work either. Any suggestions?
looking to see if any one has a Eula Caldonia Judkins Daniel in there family line also looking for information on the surname Daniel line
Like I said, there are various ways of doing it. I wouldn't fancy going through my Location List and tagging all those with England in either!
Thanks. I did it a slightly different way by tagging from the Master Location List (thank goodness I wasn't doing England!) but got the same result. Appreciate the help!
Only you know know which fields may include "Ireland", so I will limit myself to the obvious ones, birth place, christening place, death place, burial place, events place. You may have others, but the search principle is the same.
Go to Search>Find>Detailed Search. In the first row select Individual; Birth Place; Contains; Ireland. Then select OR and in the second row: Individual; Chr Place; Contains; Ireland. OR third row: Individual; Death Place; Contains; Ireland.
Legacy only allows 3 conditions at any one time. So, check that "Clear list before this Search" is checked and click the Create Button, and on the new screen select Options>Advanced Tagging. On the next screen select a convenient tag, say, 1, and then "Everyone in Search List", and close.
Click Search>Find, and you will return to the main search screen. Change the first row to read Individual; Tag 1; Equals; Tagged. OR second row: Individual; Burial Place; Contains; Ireland. OR third row: Individual; Event Place; Contains; Ireland. Check that "Clear list before this Search" is checked, then repeat the create and tagging routine as before, but choose, say, tag 2.
Now use the Search button to return to the main Search and search for individuals who have tag1 AND tag2 tagged.
There are other ways of doing this but I have chosen the one which I think is the most straight forward.
I want to search my database to find anyone that has Ireland in any of the fields. Then I want to output those individuals to a summary individual report. Seems pretty simple but darned if I can figure it out. Any help would be appreciated.
OK. Thanks. I'll give that a try. I came up with the info from the other direction so
that was the way i started but what you say makes sense. :-)
Lew: Simply go to family B and click add another child and select existing person then input the husband of family A as the child of the parents of family B. That shoulld work fine and bring everything over in line as he is now attached to family B.
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