MacApple Notes, August 1997
Volume 3, Issue 8 - Page 6
Excerpt from a review by David Crawford
Recently I had the chance to review Reunion 4.0. Although I really had no clue what to expect from the program, it turned out to be a wonderful tool.
Installation was very simple (1 disk) ...When you launch it up for the first time it prompts you to start a trunk or "anchor" in which your tree will be centered on. From there you can add spouses, kids, and other relatives to the tree.
One thing I particularly liked was that you could add more than one spouse to anyone, and if that person had kids with multiple spouses, the program would indicate which kids where blood-related (indicated with a little heart icon) and which kids where step-related.
The interface is very easy to use, making adding and removing people a snap. ...Overall, if you're a genealogy buff or you just want to trace down your roots, Reunion 4.0 is a good start.