Family Tree Maker makes it easier than ever to discover your family story, preserve your legacy and share your unique heritage. If you’re new to family history, you’ll appreciate how this intuitive program lets you easily grow your family tree with simple navigation, tree-building tools, and integrated Web searching. If you’re already an expert, you can dive into the more advanced features, options for managing data, and a wide variety of charts and reports. The end result is a family history that you and your family will treasure for years to come!
Family Tree Maker TOP FEATURES:
Follow the hints
Just enter what you know into your family tree. Hints (green leaves or blue squares) will soon appear, linking you to historical records and trees that might hold answers about your ancestors.
Organize media with ease
Illustrate your family story with photos, historical records, and audio and video files. The easy-to-use tools in Family Tree Maker help you manage media faster than ever before, as well as add photos directly from iPhoto®, scan images directly into your tree, and even create slideshows.
Digital Companion Guide
This guide offers you a step-by-step tour of the program and all that you can accomplish with it. Learn Family Tree Maker’s most popular features with quick lessons that make research fast and fun.
Put your ancestors on the map
Access interactive street and satellite maps to view important locations in your ancestors’ lives and track your family’s migration paths.
Charts & Reports
View and share your discoveries with a variety of colorful family tree charts, such as pedigree, descendant, bowtie and fan charts, and create reports that provide a snapshot of your family tree and help you plan what to research next. More options and views let you display an individual’s ancestors, spouses, and children together. Also, the Index of Individuals Report has been expanded with options for anniversary, birthday, contact lists, and more.
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