Friday, August 03, 2012

Webinar: FTM 2012 and 1940 Census Part 1

DearREADERS,
The challenge? Narrowing down Ol' Myrt's database of thousands of ancestors to just those who were likely to show up in the 1940 US Census. Russ Worthington has been very busy training Ol' Myrt here in the use of Family Tree Maker 2012. This is the first of a two-part series of one-on-one webinars where we walk through the steps to filtering the list to a manageable number.



View this webinar via the web: DearMYRTLE's FTM 2012 and 1940 Census Part 1: Who should I find? Alternately, right click the link below and select 'Save As...' or just click to save the file to your computer. http://www.DearMYRTLE.com/webinars/2012/1940WhoShouldILookFor/1940WhoShouldILookFor.mp4


This webinar is in .mp4 format and can be viewed by Windows Media Player, iTunes and most other media players. Tech support has advised me of this free program that will also play the downloaded webinars.

Thank-you, cousin, for sharing your expertise with me! For those of you who haven't met him before, Russ is the author of A Worthington Blog, the FamilyTree Maker User Blog and is co-founder of the BetterGEDCOM Project
 
My cousin and I always have fun when working on a project together, and he makes learning so much fun. I think you'll get a kick out of our session, hopefully the first of several more as Ol' Myrt here learns how to use Family Tree Maker 2012. If you'd like to view other one-to-one webinars in this series, see:



FOR FURTHER READING
What to put into your Citation? - hint's 


The next step will be to locate images on the web, download the images and cite the source of the image.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
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