The South Bend Tribune, January 1997
Excerpt from a review by Carol Collins
There are several well-established genealogy programs for the Macintosh that deserve a mention.
Foremost is the one called Reunion. Written originally for Macintosh, it is now available for Windows as well.
The mass of information Reunion can organize is tremendous: descendant charts up to 99 generations, pedigree charts to 35 generations, family group sheets -- all these are produced in graphic forms that would be nice for framing. Photographs, certificates, wills and such documents may be linked to the output.
The program supports full documentation, calculates relationships, generates mailing lists and opens all reports directly to your word processor for further refinement.