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Family Historian

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Norfolk Nan
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Location: A Londoner lost in Norfolk

Family Historian

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I bought a new computer recently and downloaded Family Historian and then added a backed up copy of my original data. I'm not sure if there was a better way of doing it but it's all good :D Apart from a couple of missing custom report templates that I'd created and saved. Just as a quickie, does anyone know how these customised reports are saved? If I can copy them over it will save the hassle of needing to work out how I made them in the first place :lol:

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Mick Loney
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Post by Mick Loney »

You’d be better asking the FH forum. (https://fhug.org.uk/) Their experts could give you the definitive answer :D

Norfolk Nan
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Joined: 16 Jun 2020, 11:54
Location: A Londoner lost in Norfolk

Re: Family Historian

Post by Norfolk Nan »

Just an update, FHUG did the trick. The instructions looked more difficult than they were. Thank you Mick for reminding me and pointing me towards people who knew! :lol:

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