Legacy Family Tree guided video tours
June 30, 2006
Question: I've been using Legacy for quite a while, is it worth it to purchase the Legacy training video set?
Responses from our users:
I recently purchased a set of the Legacy training videos and upgraded to Legacy 6. If anyone is wondering about them, let me tell you that they are definitely worth it! I thought I had pretty much figured out many of the features, but, boy, there was lots to learn. I am now back to entering information that I have gathered for quite awhile and it is fun where it used to be a chore! - Nancy
I bought the training video package when I bought Legacy 6, and I think they are fantastic. They are well worth the cost. As a new Legacy user, I find them invaluable. - Karen
I thought you might be interested that I even learned something. I had used the simple workings in the past, not knowing the more powerful ramifications. All I can say, is, absolutely well done. - Mark
May I say how much I like your training videos. Unlike some training videos they are neither hard to understand nor patronizing. - Steve
Because of my background as a certified and professional family researcher, the topics most helpful to me were those on adding and editing sources. The videos explained it thoroughly. - Brenda
It is so much better to see the records and sources on the screen while someone is explaining it. - Mary Ann
Get all 5 of these titles for just $32.95:
- Legacy for Beginners
- Your 12-Step Checklist to Using Legacy
- Legacy's Ultimate Guide to Sources
- Researching with Legacy: Mastering Events and Chronologies
- Legacy's Tagging and Searching Made Easy
A $39.80 value. Buy all five titles and save!
Recommended for beginners to advanced. Visit http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/videos.asp to preview sample video training clips!
For details and ordering please visit: www.legacyfamilytree.com/Redirect/Store-Videos.asp
I have used Legacy for many years but it was only this year that I purchased the video training CD's. Boy is there a world of information in them. The use of tags and different ideas on source information are just a few of the new skills I learned.
Posted by: Donna J Schmidt | June 30, 2006 at 11:17 AM