"If you just trying to "save" your document you would want to "save as" a pdf document then you can send the saved document in an email as an attachment. Same goes for the Legacy charting it will ask if you want to save the…"
"See what else you might have in your printer folder. Everyone should have a "Microsoft XPS Document Writer." Right click it and "set as default" and try your PDF. If that doesn't work and you have other generic devices try…"
I am interested in a Moore who lived in Baltimore County, MD or thereabouts in the mid to late 1700's. He died about 1777 leaving a wife, Susanna and a daughter, Elizabeth (b. 1777). I am trying to find out if his wife,…"
Kate, I don't seem to have any Moores in Maryland. Most all are in PA and a few in Canada (left when the revolution occurred) I'll be happy to send you any or all of the Moore info. if you wish. But please take this to
e-mail I can't figure out how to even post here most of the time (not sure if this is working tried once and I think
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I am interested in a Moore who lived in Baltimore County, MD or thereabouts in the mid to late 1700's. He died about 1777 leaving a wife, Susanna and a daughter, Elizabeth (b. 1777). I am trying to find out if his wife, Susanna, is Susanna Dornbach/Turnpaugh of Baltimore.
Just saw your answer here. I don't know why GW didn't notify me by EM. Anyway, I decided per advice of someone that it's not a good idea to store your pictures on C: under Legacy. The issue I have is I am always moving things around on my computer for various reasons so I set up a folder just for Legacy under Documents. Then you can go into Legacy and direct it to find your pictures (under Options) in the that folder as long as you don't intend to move it. Essentially, I am making copies of everything and leaving the originals where they were.
Another reason I do that is I am in the process of writing more books and prefer keeping things separate, if that makes any sense to you. Of course another thing you have to be sure of is that you have plenty of space on your computer to have a lot of files like that.
I have a lot of photos and graphics along with other records on people so I have several folders set up for different families and make sub-folders (sub-directories) within those for individuals. If I don't have too much information on one person than I might just set up a general folder by surname. I don't work that much with Legacy anyway and keep my main family trees on Ancestry.com. I have both Legacy and Family Tree Maker and the new Version 11 is excellent as you can download your whole tree, including graphics. I use Legacy mainly to back up my files and I like some of the reports and do use some graphics and photos that I have set up in the folders as previously mentioned. At least the folder idea is how I do it; otherwise, it gets totally unmanageable as you say by dumping it all into one subdirectory. Others may have more ideas on the subject but that's my input. Thanks for writing.