10 Tips for Using Legacy with Specialized Studies - free webinar by Tessa Keough now online for limited time
Last time we scratched the surface in learning how to use Legacy with specialized studies. Now that you have had a chance to think about that special project, join us as we put theory into practice with 10 tips for using Legacy with specialized studies. Join Tessa Keough, Geoff Rasmussen and the Millennia staff as we answer your questions, work through some examples, and help you get you further along with your projects. We will discuss Legacy features (including mapping, charting, reports, forms and interviews) in conjunction with a few add-ons, all to make your projects shine.
The recording of today's webinar, "10 Tips for Using Legacy with Specialized Studies," by Tessa Keough is now available to view for free at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for a limited time. Some great comments:
- This was the BEST Webinar ever! Tessa knows so much about Legacy and tells us so much that I will be working on this one webinar for a long, long time!
- I thoroughly enjoyed this because it was so different! I didn't attend the April presentation so I am going to go back and listen to it; then listen to this one again. And I want to figure out how to join the Legacy VUG at Google. Thanks for another great session!
- Wow. So much info. Who knew Legacy was that flexible/customizable? Great insight on "unrelated" names. Good way to keep track of the FAN clubs.
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