GenealogyWise is the social network for genealogists. This is the place to network with other researchers and make discoveries about your family history.
As you begin to explore and get to know GenealogyWise we would like to provide you with some suggestions on how to use GenealogyWise.
You can join or create surname, locality or topic Groups. You can find Groups under the Group link on the green toolbar on GenealogyWise
Join us in the Chat Room, for a quick question about research, a chat with fellow genealogists or attend one of our educational presentations. You can find the Chat Schedule under the Chat link on the green toolbar. To join us in the Chat Room click on the grey toolbar labeled GenealogyWise Chat at the bottom of GenealogyWise.
Post a Blog article or a Forum question from the GenealogyWise homepage. This is a great way to share your knowledge on a genealogy topic or ask a question.
Find other members on GenealogyWise by clicking on the Members link in the green toolbar. You can also conduct a basic search or advanced search to find Members with a common surname, research interest or living in a particular locality.
Questions about using GenealogyWise? Feel free to ask questions in the group Member 2 Member Help at www.genealogywise.com/group/genealogywisememberhelp . You can also report problems or ask questions by clicking on the Report an Issue link at the bottom of GenealogyWise.
Once again Welcome to GenealogyWise, I hope you make some great discoveries.
Gena Philibert Ortega, Community Manager
A little higher on this page is a gray bar that goes across that says Discussion. Just above the next bar, you will see + Start Discussion.
What did you open as a HTML?
If you are in the Publish Workspace, in Version 2010 of Family Tree Maker, you will see a series of Collections of what you can publish. Selecting a Collection, you would then select what you want to publish, from within that collection. When the report / chart is generated, you will see, to the Right and above the report, a SHARE button. That will bring up a series of places that you can share your information.
IF you generate a PDF file, than can't be edited. BUT, if you export to a RTF file, that can be opened by your Word Processing.
I had hoped that you would have started a New Discussion about your question. It's much easier to follow the discussion, when you start a New One.
To generate a Genealogy Report, please look at the Publish Workspace. Once there, and you have generated what you want, you can use the Share ICON, in the Upper Right of that screen, do export a number of different ways.