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Wall Chart Printing Tips

If you're thinking about printing a wall chart, you want to publish it right the first time. After all, wall charts use a lot of paper and can be expensive to print twice to fix typos and other glaring mistakes.

Progeny Software has published a free 'how-to' manual for printing wall charts. Of course, it focuses on getting the most out of Legacy Charting Companion. It also has tips for wall chart printing in general. Download the manual here.

Once you've created your wall chart in either Legacy Charting Companion or TreeDraw for Legacy, send the electronic file to our wall chart printing service and we'll print it on the nice, big paper for you.

However, if you don't have the Charting Companion or TreeDraw, our chart printing service accepts Legacy files or GEDCOMs. You can select from a wide variety of pre-defined charts. Best of all, as soon as we've created the chart, we'll send you an electronic preview version of it so you can make sure it looks just like you want.


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