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  • susank120
    Thanks for the replies. They surely did help. We will keep our disks in case someone wants one some day. Susan ... the UK. ... HISTORY ... computers, ... nor
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      Thanks for the replies. They surely did help. We will keep our disks
      in case someone wants one some day.

      Susan

      --- In fhctech@yahoogroups.com, "Dave Cottrell" <davejcottrell@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > This was the instruction we had sent out to the FHC Directors in
      the UK.
      > Hope this helps.
      >
      >
      > REF: THE INSTRUCTION TO REMOVE TEMPLEREADY FOR WINDOWS FROM FAMILY
      HISTORY
      > CENTRE COMPUTERS, DATED 16 OCTOBER 2008
      >
      > Please make sure you understand the following information.
      >
      > When TempleReady for Windows (ver.2.0) is uninstalled from FHC
      computers,
      > the centre should NOT uninstall the FamilySearch DOS 2.27 program
      nor
      > discard the associated CD-ROM discs.
      >
      > It is advised that family history centres in temple districts that
      are using
      > the new FamilySearch, should also have FamilySearch DOS 2.27
      installed on at
      > least one of their computers to accommodate patrons who are using
      the
      > databases within this program, such as "The Scottish Church
      Records",
      > Military Death Index, International Genealogical Index (IGI), etc.
      >
      > Do not destroy the FamilySearch DOS 2.27 discs. The Scottish Church
      Records,
      > the Military Death Index, and the International Genealogical Index
      (IGI)
      > databases are still valuable to family history centre patrons. These
      > databases can only be accessed from within the FamilySearch DOS 2.27
      > programme. Thus, it is advised that family history centres have
      FamilySearch
      > DOS 2.27 installed on at least one (or more) of their computers, to
      > accommodate patrons who are accessing these databases from the CD-
      ROM discs.
      >
      > The following explains why:
      >
      > The FamilySearch CDs contain the following information, which is not
      > available on FamilySearch.org:
      > • The Ancestral File shows the submitters' information.
      > • There may be ordinance dates available to imply that the
      ancestor was a
      > member.
      > • Records of living individuals are displayed, making it easier to
      search
      > for a family. Such records are not available with the new
      FamilySearch.
      > • You can download 13 generations at a time from the Ancestral
      File. There
      > is a limit with the new FamilySearch.
      > • The Scottish Church Records and Military Records databases are
      not
      > available with the new FamilySearch.
      >
      > --
      > Dave Cottrell
      > FHC Director (Poole, England)
      >
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