It is easy to use as it is designed for use at school and colleges but is useful for whatever. It provides a very easy way of planning what you want to do and displays in both a digram and report format
I am also preparing a spreadsheet (EXCEL) in which the top row lists things like Birth; Baptism; Marriage Death records (Index and Certificate) and the Census etc and the first column identifies the person. I can then easily see for which ones I have traced official records. I suspect I am reinventing the wheel here and that someone has already done it!
Just to add to what Tatewise said, don't forget you can save the results of a query as a CSV file, which can be opened in Excel or even just select all the cells on the Query result page and paste them in if you prefer.
"Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad."
I think Colnevalley girl has done tremendous work with her research dedicated Genquiry programme but she says it will 'never' be compatible with the iPad. Pity that because MS Access can be used on the iPad and not everyone will be using a windows based notebook/netbook/tablet. So, for those looking to easily record and manage research between a PC and an iPad, OneNote and Outlook+ look a good alternative until someone creates an app like GenQuiry or makes an app to make it compatible.
'Traveller in Time'...unfortunately backwards!
What other software do you use for Family History?
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