Excuse me butting in, but I suggest you wait until more familiar with FH before using some
of the more advanced features.
One snag with linked Word or PDF documents is that they do not get included in Reports.
May I suggest you join the FHUG for free at http://www.fhug.org.uk/
where there are Q&
A Forums, Knowledge Base, free Downloads, all
with screenshots, video tutorials, and much more.
There is a special section for newcomers to get you up the learning curve more quickly:
Also a tutorial on creating To Do Lists plus free downloads to set them up:
Regards, Mike Tate
Subject: Re: [FHU] To Do List & Wordprocessor
That would be useful but can you give instructions on how to do it?
You're talking to a bit of a novice here and I've only had FH for a couple of
weeks so am not familiar with the program yet.
On 22 January 2016 at 12:59, Guy Etchells via <family-historian-users(a)rootsweb.com>
On 20/01/2016 16:02, ancestry(a)faulder.org.uk via wrote:
> On 20/01/2016 13:28, Diane Gaskell via wrote:
>> I feel that whoever came up with a "word processor" attached to the
program, would be on to a winner.
> It would be so useful if notes could hold formatted text - even basic formatting
(bold, italic, underline, basic billetting, as
in most email systems) would be
useful, but I suspect that the sort of text editor code found on most blogging software
incorporated (given appropriate licensing and software development) to give fuller