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My ”Legacy Deluxe” Installs as ”Legacy Standard”

MLL050-2 Legacy 8 Deluxe Australia New Zealand Edition After many, many months of waiting we finally received our first supplies Legacy Family Tree 8 Deluxe Australia/New Zealand Edition last week. After sending out all the pre-orders for it last week customers are receiving their programs and installing them, they’re some are having an issue with their Legacy Deluxe installing as the Legacy Standard program ,,, Continue reading →

Highlight: So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker (New Edition)

UTP0371-2 So You Are Totally New to FTM second edition ‘So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker’ covers the absolute basics that users, with very little computer understanding can get up and running. The book takes new users through installation, registration, activating an Ancestry.com subscription, as well as creating and importing files. The book introduces new users to the eight workspaces … Continue reading →

Family Tree Maker for Mac 3 Australia and New Zealand Edition

FTM2014M Family Tree Maker Mac 3 Family Tree Maker for Mac 3 is an updated and expanded version of their previous version for the Mac. This program is essentially a Mac copy of the Family Tree Maker 2014 PC version, and includes numerous new features including a new Family View that lets you control how you see your family tree and add or edit information while viewing extended family relationships. Continue reading →

Saving Memories Forever Wins the 2014 Developer Award at RootsTech

logo - Saving Memories Forever The biggest genealogy conference in the US, RootsTech, has just wound up for 2014. And one of the big features of it is the Developer Challenge. This is an initiative where they reward developers who introduce the most innovative, new concepts to family history. With 17 entrants from around the world, it was tough, but the panel of judges chose Saving Memories Forever. Continue reading →