Re: Sealing to parents
- Terry, Ken:
I thought I'd chime in here with the method for doing this in AQ itself, as AQ allowed you to see when the ordinance was reserved, and by whom, before FamilySearch had the capability :-) For a while, AQ was the only method of getting this information.
If you have the person of interest in one of your batches in AQ's ORTS, get to that batch and highlight the name. If you don't have the person of interest in a batch, simply click on the Temple icon from the Family or Pedigree view to place the name in the "Create Batch" screen.
If you are in the "Create Batches" screen, then click on the "Reserve" button. You'll see the status of the ordinances, including the name of the submitting person and date it was reserved. If you are in the "Manage Batch" screen, then click on the "Edit" button to get the same view of the ordinance status for the person.
--- In AQ_NFS@yahoogroups.com, "Ken Doyle" <kendoyle179@...> wrote:
> In nfs go to Temple Ordinances Tab.
> It will show a list of who is summitted. Date Submitted. Ordinance Status. It will also show "Assigned To" Temple or Gamily File.
> You can also unreserve or reassign. Reassign from Family to Temple and Vice Versa.
> --- In AQ_NFS@yahoogroups.com, "tdsfamgen100" <tdsfamgen100@> wrote:
> > Anyone know how to check AQ or NFS for the date that a person was submitted to the temple for ordinances such as sealing to parents
> > I've got some that seem to take forever to get done.
> > --- Terry
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