You can create a "Scrapbook" (View ribbon) and include all graphics
you've linked to in your Family File. However, if you've linked
document files (doc, PDF, xls), those can't be printed ou.

Also, from Scrapbook, you can print a Media File List so you can see a
list of all the files you've linked to.


On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 1:37 PM, Gary Crull <> wrote:
> I've been doing genealogy for over 35 years, having gathered a vast number
> of documents - birth/death/marriage certificates and licenses, obituaries,
> wills, probate info, newspaper articles etc -  some original, other's
> secondary.
> I computerized back in the dark ages of personal computer technology (early
> 70's) with an IBM PC Jr and a floppy disk, two if you could afford it! Thus,
> NO availability of storing anything on the computer. As technology advanced
> and scanners became available I scanned everything I had collected to new
> computers with ample HD's as well as adding new scanned information.
> I was a late comer to LEGACY having used 3-4 other software products that
> went out of business over the years forcing me to upgrade to newer products.
> My last upgrade a few years back was to Legacy (v7.0) and I love it having
> kept updates to the present V9.0.
> My problem, question??
> I have several thousand scanned documents stored on my HD that I have linked
> to individuals in my Legacy database. Is there any way of preparing an
> output document that would show the individual AND any/all supporting
> documents gathered over decades of collecting? I'm not inclined at this
> stage of life to even attempt transcribing this supporting information in to
> any templates available in Legacy!
> Suggestions are welcome.
> Gary Crull
> P.S. I don't use FACEBOOK so make sure any replies are posted to the
> forum....


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