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Vote for your favorite genealogy software and education tool

Our Legacy Family Tree software AND Legacy Family Tree Webinars have been nominated for Best Genealogy Software and Favorite Genealogy Education or Learning Experience as part of The About Genealogy 2013 Readers' Choice Awards. Now you can vote for your favorite once per day through March 19, 2013. Can you guess who I voted for?

Click here to vote for your favorite genealogy software.

Click here to vote for your favorite genealogy education or learning experience.

Then set a reminder to cast your vote - once per day - through March 19.

Thanks to the genealogy community for your nominations.


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Of the genealogy software that I have used, I find Legacy to be the most user-friendly. It has a convenient set of short-cuts which make data entry easy, and the checking that goes on as data is entered keeps errors to a minimum. The large choice of reports that can be generated also make sharing of data as simple as it can be, while retaining options to suit the purpose and audience of the reports. Other aids such as tagging and sorting also keep the work as simple as possible.
I have been using Legacy for a number of years now, and with the frequent updates I feel that I always have the best system to work with. I enjoy using Legacy and would be lost without it.

I too find Legacy to be very user friendly. I purchased Legacy 6 Deluxe in 2011 and wish I had discovered this software years ago because it is easy to use, has continuing updates so you are always using the best product possible, and a website that makes continued learning accessible and affordable.

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