Judii, Thanks for trying the Quattro Pro spreadsheet. I ll try it immediately on a small page at the end of Calgary 19 Sub-section 9 which I m guessing shouldMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 7, 2003View SourceJudii,
Thanks for trying the Quattro Pro spreadsheet. I'll try it immediately on a
small page at the end of Calgary 19 Sub-section 9 which I'm guessing should
be east of Centre Street and south of 17th Ave.
Charlie Hansen's directions allowed me to change the view area of the 1906
census images but not to scroll rapidly. There were multiples of the same
lines using LCD monitor set to 1024x768. I can save a Mr. Sid image and
convert to TIF but not view the image and a spreadsheet at the same time.
Wellington Ontario mailing list on RootsWeb has completed the 1901 Heads of
Households names in a month with some additional transcription details
supplied by those who had transcribed families for their own files. I posted
the links for the Land Grants database and AFHS 1906 census transcription
Many people from eastern Canada came west on harvest trains, to work on the
railway or specific constructon contracts in Alberta. Jarrett & Cushing who
started a house building business in Calgary by 1885 came from the same area
of Ontario and may have worked together there.
I've also found a familiar surname from Nova Scotia in the 1906 and someone
replied with the man's parents to fit into my files.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Judith Rempel"
> b) Quattro Pro - I've saved a copy of the Excel spreadsheet in
> QuattroPro format and made it available on the 1906 transcription
> homepage. Unfortunately Excel only permits saving into a very early
> form of QuattroPro (.wq1), but it should do the trick here