Monday, November 27, 2006

Organizing a database

Cyndi's List - Organizing Your Research: "

An electronic filing cabinet and database for systematically storing all of the clues to your ancestry that you have been collecting. Requires Microsoft Windows 95. Clooz contains templates for all U.S. federal censuses, 1841-1891 U.K. censuses, 1852-1901 Canadian censuses, and 1901 and 1911 Irish censuses, as well as generic templates for censuses not included, such as state censuses.

Custodian 3 Home Page
for Family Historians
Custodian is not a family tree program, but a series of databases with pre-defined forms, specially designed to store genealogical information. Includes more than 80 data entry forms for most UK sources."

Nuance - Paperport 11 is the most productive and cost effective to scan and organize ...

- the easiest way to turn piles of paper and photos into organized files that you can quickly find, use and share. PaperPort makes it simple to connect your scanner and computer together to work with PDF and JPEG images just like working with paper documents right on your desktop. It is the perfect solution for your home or small office. Save time and money with the security of knowing that important documents and photos will never be lost. More


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