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Watch Geoff live: how to add a death certificate in Legacy Family Tree

GeoffMug2 In this mini-webinar (happening today at 4PM Eastern), Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen (that's me) will demonstrate what to do with a death certificate. You are invited to watch live as Geoff adds the information to his real, personal Legacy family file. This live, unscripted, and unplanned session will give you ideas on how to use the source clipboard, custom events, and some analysis.

I received this death certificate just this morning, and want to get entering the new information right away. I thought I'd invite all of you too to watch, or at least those of you who read this announcement in time. It will be broadcast today at 4:00PM Eastern (here's the time zone converter if you need it).

Register for the webinar by clicking here (free).

Print out the death certificate here so you can follow along.


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Is this going to be archived somewhere?

The recording is now available in our webinar archives at

I thought that I knew how to data entry.....but Geoff has opened my eyes to so many extra features which I did not know existed. Fantastic presentation which kept me glued to the screen... a rare occurrence I might add. Thank you Geoff.

Thanks for the death certificate flash webinar. I don't Facebook, etc., so didn't catch the original - but when I got word of it, I immediately went to take a look and was more than just a little pleased.

What you did, live, is exactly what I believe members of our the LUG were looking for rather than just the DVD instructions that come with the program or can be purchased. Not that they're not great, too, but I think a lot of beginners and even long time users want to know that they are doing it the same way a pro like yourself, or that someone who has used the program for a long time, transcribes their record. It gives them confidence, new ideas, understanding of why things are done a particular way.

Your comment about not having to fill in all the blanks really is important when coming to sourcing. That was a problem for some people when the new SourceWriter was introduced and included in Legacy. Comments like that as you go along are what give users confidence. Thanks for a great job.

I'm looking forward to the upcoming marriage record webinar.

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