Fw: GeneaNet Newsletter #93: Export Images Published In Your Family History Book
NewsletterMight be interesting - article re Kylie Minogue's mother doesn't mention she trained as a ballet dancer at Ann Roberts School of Dancing in Townsville and alsod anced with the North Queensland ballet company - WE'VE GOT PHOTOS..Jenelle.----- Original Message -----From: GeneaNet NewsletterSent: Wednesday, February 03, 2010 10:07 AMSubject: GeneaNet Newsletter #93: Export Images Published In Your Family History BookIf this newsletter is not displayed correctly, please read it on our website Hi Jenelle, here are GeneaNet and genealogy News Tips & Tricks
Export Images Published In Your Family History Book
You can now export the images from your GeneaNet Family History Book.
Click the 'My GeneaNet : Online Family Tree : Export' link in the left sidebar or simply go to http://my.geneanet.org/geneweb/down.php3.
The images are exported in a ZIP archive file.
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