If your Master Location List in Legacy Family Tree looks like mine, then you, too, would benefit from a little cleanup.
Did you count them too? I have seven variations of the same place! Forty-four different people in my family file are linked to at least one of these spellings.
Regardless of how these seven spellings of Håkansbo made it into my file (I imported much of this from an online database about 20 years ago...), I will save time in future data entry, merging, and publishing after I have standardized and combined them into the one correct spelling. After researching the place, I have determined that the correct form of the place should be Håkansbo, Vittinge, Västmanland, Sweden (or Sverige). Here's how I cleaned up these locations.
1) In the Master Location List (View > Master Lists > Location) I started out by sorting the locations from left-to-right. This groups all of my countries together so I can easily find all of the variations of Håkansbo. Just click on the Sort button and rearrange the jurisdiction pieces.
And click OK.
2) Then I typed "Sweden" in the Find field and scrolled down until I located Håkansbo.
3) Next, I highlighted every occurrence/variation of Håkansbo by Control-Clicking (holding down the Control button on the keyboard while I clicked on each place). Then I clicked on the Combine button at the bottom.
4) Next, I clicked on the correct version of this place (if there isn't a correct version, first edit one of the places) and clicked on the Combine With button.
Here's what it looks like now:
Not bad, eh? Now, in the future, as I am typing in a place for an ancestor, this corrected version of Håkansbo will be the one that auto-fills for me. And I can feel a little better about having these places cleaned up.