The only thing I could find about saving a photo was this:
Saving a picture in a book
You can add pictures to your family books.
To save a picture to your book:
1. From the Text Item window, click the Save toolbar button
2. From the File menu, select Save.
So, looks to me like it saves the photo with the text file.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marcia McLawhorn" <marcia_mclawhorn@...>
Sent: Monday, June 05, 2006 11:45 AM
Subject: [genpcncfir] FTM 2006
FYI, FTM 2005 also has a spell checker for Notes.
The additional note space would allow me to combine
documentation that I spread across multiple persons.
How does FTM 2006 handle photos?
I am hoping for a version of FTM that will maintain
photos in a separate file/folder from the text.
--- jonefa <jonefa@...> wrote:
> After posting about the 2006 version of FTM, I went
> ahead and bought it. I was using Version 11, bought
> and then quit using the 2005 version.
> The 2006 version allows for 250 pages of notes on
> one person. V11 would only allow 8. I didn't like
> the viewable notes in 2005 version, but 2006 gives
> you a whole screen view....a must when you have a
> lot of notes.
> Notes has a spell checker now.
> You should be aware that the Notes feature of Family
> Tree Maker 2006 lets you save notes that are
> significantly longer than those possible in earlier
> versions. If you save a 2006 Family File for use
> with an earlier version of Family Tree Maker (See
> Opening FTM 2006 files in earlier versions of FTM),
> long notes will be shortened to fit the capacity of
> that earlier version.
> On the family screen, children's names now allow for
> putting in death date also and county before moving
> on to a separate page for the child.
> It's a little different, and while a few things are
> listed differently, it is basically the same.
> I like being able to put in more than 8 pages of
> notes if you have more than 8.
> Sooo, I am finally giving up V11 and moving on with
> FTM 2006.
> Faye Hays
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