Organizing Your Electronic Genealogical Documents - a Genealogists' Insta-Guide, by Leland K Meitzler; May 4 2017, 4 pp; Laminated; 3-hole punched; ISBN 978-1-933194-90-5; Item #: FR0194
A note from the author:
I've been lecturing on organizing your genealogical documents electronically for the last decade. It's one of my most requested topics. We all have piles of paper - some organized, and a lot that's not. I have nothing against paper filing systems. In fact, William Dollarhide got my files in order, with his "Dollarhide Systems" organizing methods, back in the day when computers weren't even discussed. But now we have more electronic documents coming our way than paper. Thus the need to organize electronically.
This Insta-Guide is made to help genealogist's make the transition from paper documents to electronic. Get rid of the 3-drawer filing cabinet, and those boxes full of paper. And include the all-electronic paperwork that you pull off the internet every evening.
This guide covers the following topics:
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