Sub Categories

    An Overview of Reporting
    Reports allow you to view your data (or a subset of your data) in various formats that you can use to check aspects of your data entry, or and/or share that data with others
    Copy a Query Result Set to a Table in Notes or Book Item
    A query can produce very informative tabulated data that may need to be captured in a table in either a rich text Notes field or a Free Text item in a Book
    Creating a Book
    A book containing as much or as little information as you require on an individual, their family, their ancestors or descendants
    Custom Reports
    Custom Report Types are derived from Standard Report Types by using the command or the Save Report As… button in the righthand pane
    Delete Data for Living People
    It is usually necessary to delete the data for living people from your database, before publishing it to a wider audience such as on a website
    Narrative Report Fact Sentence Templates
    These specify the wording for facts in Narrative Reports and elsewhere
    Report Content, Media, Format and Layout
    Several Family Historian features involve the creation of Reports either standalone, or incorporated in Family Tree Website/CD/DVDs, or Books (in Version 5 or later
    Report Tips and Tricks
    This summarises some little known tips and tricks with Reports
    Standard Report Types
    Most reports are organised as tabulated, indented, or simple lists, but Narrative Reports employ Narrative Report Fact Sentence Templates to produce natural language sentences
    Tabulate Multiline Text in Records and Reports
    The multiline text fields, which include Address, Note, and Text From Source, do not support any text formatting other than preset left tab stops