Genealogy and the Internet
- Beginning with Reunion Advice for new Reunion users.
- Beginning with Reunion - Part 2: Data entry details Details about entering names, ID numbers, events and facts.
- Navigating Your Family File (Reunion 7)
Upgrading From Reunion 4
- Upgrading from Reunion 4 Helping you make the transition from version 4.
- Beginning the Transition On-line edition of a document that originally shipped with Reunion 5, explaining some key changes to Reunion after version 4.
- Further Upgrade Adventures Suggestions and examples on how to customize Reunion.
Reports, Charts and Lists
- Reports in Reunion - Part 1: Report Options Setting up your reports.
- Reports in Reunion - Part 2: Report Layouts Creating custom reports.
- Enhancing Charts Be creative with your charts!
- Preparing Large Charts for Service Bureaus and Print Shops
- Lists 101-- Part One: Index, Calendar, Mailing Addresses, and Inter-family Marriages.
- Lists 101 -- Part Two: Relatives, Places, Sources, Statistics, and Ages.
- Using Logs
- Scanning: Links and Books
- How Many Family Files Pros and cons of using a single or multiple family files.
- Creating and Using Fields Items to consider before getting into the mechanics of creating fields.
- Gedcom 101 Basic principles and formats, including descriptions, definitions, and Gedcom examples.
- Beyond the Placename
- The Mormon Connection
- Source Values Entering sources and evidence.
- ID Numbers Working with ID numbers in Reunion.
- Custom Dates
- Data Accuracy
- Mailing Address
A genealogist and long-time Reunion user residing in San Antonio, TX.
An Oklahoma native with an interest in family history and genealogy for over twenty years.