I'm anxious to see the ideas for your question as I too have thousands of
these.
Crystal

On Tue, Jan 30, 2024 at 2:24 PM Tom Weiss <tomgwe...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> Items I have found on the internet (especially in Ancestry.com) which do
> not have a full date (like a census event) have a format like the following
> when I import them into Legacy:
>
> Noted events in his life were:
> • He had a residence in _____-_____-1910 in 896 Thomas Ave., Memphis Ward
> 27, Shelby, Tennessee.
> • He had a residence in _____-_____-1910 in Memphis Ward 27, Shelby,
> Tennessee, USA.
>
> Is there a way to revise the default format to make them look like this?
>
> Noted events in his life were:
> • He had a residence in 1910 at 896 Thomas Ave., Memphis Ward 27, Shelby,
> Tennessee.
> • He had a residence in 1910 at Memphis Ward 27, Shelby, Tennessee, USA.
>
> I have thousands of these and would like to find a way to clean them up.
>
> Tom
>
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