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Apr 11

Family Tree Maker SUG (Information)

Date & Time
11 April 2024 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Timezone
(UTC+10:00) Australia/Sydney

The Family Tree Maker Software User Group Meeting is a Hybrid meeting for members with an interest in using Family Tree Maker software for their genealogy research. Members should register to attend this event by logging in and selecting the event with "(Register)" in the title.

The topic for this meeting is:

Reviewing the People and Places Workspaces

During this meeting, we will review what we have learned and experimented with in the People and Places Workspaces in FTM. As for the previous sessions, it will be a practical hands-on meeting with participants encouraged to try things out in their program on their own computer as the meeting progresses. Members are invited to bring their questions and problems relating to these workspaces, along with their tips and suggestions for how to use the program effectively. There will also be some practical tasks for members to do after the meeting in order to reinforce our understanding of the features and procedures available in this workspace.

In order to prepare for this meeting, we strongly advise that members create a 'play tree.' This will give members the freedom to experiment with the program without concerns about introducing errors into their main data file.

As usual, there will also be time for members to raise any other questions about using FTM.

If you are interested in this event, you might also be interested in the many other benefits of membership. See Membership Benefits for more information or go straight to Join or Renew.

For more information about the activities of the FTM SUG, including details of future events, click here

Event Location
ACT
Contact Details
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