Re: [fhctech] Re: export from Paf
- OTOH, it doesn't take any longer to type the names directly into PAF 5 as it does into the old DOS version of TR. Then from the Tools menu, go directly into TRWIN. One good thing about TRWIN is that it is much more picky on how dates and places are typed. I know it is a minor frustration for those who are used to putting in the abreviation for county or are using other non-standard formats. But if all the red errors are corrected the resulting submission is a lot cleaner and the records will be of much better use to other researchers in the future. TR DOS lets a lot more "junk" slip through.Gary Templeman----- Original Message -----From: Jerry BrasierSent: Wednesday, June 12, 2002 10:58 AMSubject: Re: [fhctech] Re: export from PafI would recommend that you leave both on your
machine(s). We occasionally get a patron who just
needs to do one or two names and can enter them
directly into the old DOS version, whereas you can't
with the Windows version.
Scottsdale North Stake FHC
--- helpdeskdan <dan.schmidt@...> wrote:
> Um.... I think I have both on there. One was a Dos
> program that
> said Family Search/Temple Ready and the other
> program said
> Temple Ready. (it's a new library - they are not
> quite sure about
> the programs yet) I looked at one... looked at the
> other, and I
> could not figure out if Temple Ready and Family
> Search were
> two different programs or what. (This is what I get
> for never
> doing my Geneology) So, I put them both on, which
> was quicker.
> So, if they don't need that stupid Dos program they
> are using,
> can I delete Family Search/Temple Ready and only use
> windows programs? As you describe? And they would
> need GedCom files for anything?
> Thanks guys,
> --- In fhctech@y..., "Larry Lords" <LordsLL@L...>
> > When you say TempleReady I am assuming that you
> talking TempleReady for DOS. If your patrons are
> going to use
> TempleReady for Windows they should not be creating
> GEDCOM file. The PAF should be read directly by
> TRW. If this is
> done, ordinance dates can be placed into the PAF
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