* Family Historian Courses in Somerset November 11th and 12th

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Family Historian Courses in Somerset November 11th and 12th

Post by Jane » 17 Sep 2014 07:36

I am delighted to once again be able to offer courses at Dillington, which is a wonderful Elizabethan Manor house and conference venue, looking out over the Somerset countryside.

All courses include a buffet lunch, along with tea or coffee on arrival and in the morning and afternoon breaks.

Computers are not provided, but it’s highly recommended to bring a laptop or netbook with Family Historian installed as time will be allowed to try out exercises and examples.

Cost £65 per person per course including lunch and refreshments.

See the course pages here for more details


Using Family Historian 11th November 2014
The course covers basic operation and use of Family Historian, including source entry and management, basic diagram and chart layout. This will include the following:
  • Entering your Family using the Focus Window and the Property Box
  • Adding Pictures and other Media
  • Entering Source Information including Certificates and Census
  • Printing Reports and Basic Customisation
  • Using Diagrams and Charts
  • Exporting Information
  • Questions and Answers
  • and more. . .
For more information and too book see Using Family Historian

Customising Family Historian, 12th November 2014
The course will include the following:
  • Creating and Managing Fact Sets
  • Using the Built-in Web Creation Tool and Other Methods for getting your Data On-Line
  • Record Structure and Relationships between Records
  • Data References and Functions
  • Building Custom Queries
  • Using Flags and Expressions with Lists and Icons
  • More on Charts and Diagrams
  • Questions and Answers
  • and more. . .
For more information and too book see Customising Family Historian
Jane
My Family History : My Photography "Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad."

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