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Produces high quality family tree drop-line charts from existing data stored in Kith and Kin Pro V2 or other GEDCOM-capable genealogy programs. Once imported you can rearrange your chart, add pictures, graphics and extra text, combine multiple trees.
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Kith and Kin Pro 2.02 Excellent genealogy program for storing all your family tree information. See your famiy tree laid out on the screen and access the data directly. Features user-defined fields, Web page generation, powerful searches, age calculator, source recording.
TreeDraw Viewer 3.02 TreeDraw Viewer is a freeware utility for displaying and printing genealogy chart files created with TreeDraw V2 or later. It works with TreeDraw charts (.tdr files) created with TreeDraw Standard Edition or TreeDraw Legacy Edition.
Description: Now it's easy to produce high quality family tree drop-line charts from existing data stored in Kith and Kin Pro V2 or other GEDCOM-capable genealogy programs. Once imported you can rearrange your chart, add pictures, graphics and extra text, combine multiple trees in the same chart. Options allow you to control which data to import and how it is laid out.
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