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 Have you used Family Historian ?

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William25 Posted - 17 January 2009 : 21:16:59
I've seen a number of good reviews about this, but I've not yet met anyone who has used it.

Have you used it ?

What are the disadvantages ?
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autobyke Posted - 18 January 2009 : 13:04:47
Hi folks, I have used Family Historian (for my own family history) for a number of years. It is an excellent programme with lots of support through the Family Historian User Group (FHUG)http://www.fhug.org.uk/
The programme is very comprehensive and so takes a bit of time to learn. There are very good tutorials on line and in a manual. Once you get to know it, the diagrams, and reports that can be produced are very good. I would highly recommend it...Regards...Shaun
boyd Posted - 17 January 2009 : 22:08:45
I am not familiar with the software Family Historian and, therefore, have no experience with it. I use Family Tree Maker and Roots Magic for data, but do my own writing of biographies, etc. Sorry, I can't help. Boyd

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