Sub Categories

    Adding Media to Sources and Citations (Version 6 and below)
    If you have an electronic copy of a Source (for example, a scanned or downloaded image or certificate, or a text document), you will find it helpful to link it to the associated Source (for Method 1) or Citation (for Method 2)
    Adding Multimedia to a Fact (Video Tutorial)
    Linking media to a fact is a feature that was added to V4
    Adding Photographs and Other Media
    The animated tutorials below will help you get started with adding pictures to your tree
    Changing External File Links (Video)
    Short video on how to change and move media around using the Work with External File Links Tool
    Common Image Problems
    Copy & Paste and Drag & Drop
    Right-click Copy & Paste and left/right-click Drag & Drop are standard features in all current versions of Windows, but are supported to varying degrees in different versions of Family Historian ()
    Multimedia File Formats
    Family Historian can attach any type of file to a Media Record, but only image files can be directly displayed within the program
    Multimedia Window and Report (Video Tutorial)
    This illustrates the features of the Multimedia Window and Multimedia Report.
    Organise Your Files
    Sooner or later you will begin to add pictures to Family Historian
    Sources and Citations in Version 7 (for New Users)
    Sources are an essential part of recording the results of your Genealogy research; they help you, and others, understand how you reached a particular conclusion — and where you might be mistaken