Join John Hanson for a tutorial that shows you how to use Family Historian to create the reports that suit your needs.
There are at least 50 pre-defined reports/notes that enable you to extract your data from the Family Historian package. They range from the details of a person, a whole family, or all the people relating to a place.
But how often have you thought “nearly there but I wish …”. Well, if you don’t quite like the output you get, you can customise almost all the reports.
In this tutorial, John looks at some of these that might be of more interest. He covers how to change the input, what you can do with the output, how you can change the formatting, and even how to remove some of the excess material.
John intends to allow plenty of time at the end of the tutorial for your questions.
Note: This tutorial covers the Family Historian software package. It does not cover general family history research.
About the tutor: John Hanson worked for many years for one of the country’s major banks, ending up as a Systems Specialist in mainframe databases.
John has written extensively on family history subjects and has been a lecturer and teacher in family history for over twenty years. He served on the executive committee of the Guild of One-Names studies for several years and also as a trustee and served on many committees at the Society of Genealogists.
He is currently the research director of the Halsted Trust and is a Fellow of SoG.