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February 18, 2010


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Thanks for asking that question Diane. I wondering the same thing but I'm much too stubborn to just give up and ask. lol!

I'm being very bold here by saying you didn't answer the question that was asked. I read the question to be the same as the one I want to ask: how do you, with a single query, find individuals with not only a 'general' note but any note, i.e. birth, death, burial, etc.?

Ron Walter

Thanks for the follow-up Ron. To do this, you'd need to perform separate searches for each of the Note categories in the Where To Look selection. Just use the "Add results to existing list" option in the lower left.

I don't know if this helped Diane but it definitely helped me! Thanks so much!

How would I then erase all of the General Notes without deleting the individual. I see how to do that one at a time, but is there any way to do this en masse?

Logan - no, I'm pretty sure there's not a way to do this.

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