I would create a gedcom to upload into your new program and then prepare to review each entry to add and verify notes, media, sources and various event entries. Each program uses its own format and I don’t believe any of them will import directly and guarantee and complete and accurate transfer of 100% of all data. I will be interested to see responses.
On Sat, Mar 10, 2018 at 10:15 AM Genechaser <genecha...@rogers.com> wrote: > I presently using Family Tree Maker 2005 (a fairly old one). However, > Family Tree Maker (FTW) is now in the hands of McKiev since the demise of > Genealogy.com, (they have been gobbled up by Ancestry.com and I am not a > member of Ancestry). There were a number of things I could do in FTW > software like saving reports to desktop other than to My Documents, > exporting a file to .pdf – things I am unable to do now. As a result, I am > thinking very seriously of changing software for my family genealogy. > > > > I have a huge concern, however. I have spent the better part of 17 years > accumulating information on my families and I don’t want to lose any of > this information. Some of my files are huge. So here is my question: > > > > Is there a way I can transfer all my files to Legacy? Has anybody on the > list ever done this? I am scared to death to lose any of this information. > > > > I would be grateful for any information and guidance readers can give me, > > > > Dorothy > -- > > LegacyUserGroup mailing list > LegacyUserGroup@legacyusers.com > To manage your subscription and unsubscribe > http://legacyusers.com/mailman/listinfo/legacyusergroup_legacyusers.com > Archives at: > http://email@example.com/ >
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