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caF5PR1  ß= AHNENTAFEL CHARTS Ä= These charts are similar to a pedigree chart but lists ancestors one after another. The Ahnentafel Number corres- ponds to the person numbers on a pedigree chart but extends with more generations. Up to 20 generations may be printed on the Ahnentafel Chart. Enter the RIN (or select from NameSearch) the individual to be shown as Number 1. ÄÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FF6PR2  ß= INDIVIDUAL AND MARRIAGE LISTS Ä= There are two options for individual lists, the alphabetic list and the RIN sorted list. The marriage list produces a list of marriaged by MRIN. ÿ –Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FMAIN  ß= DATA FILE BACKUP Ä= When exiting Cumberland Tree you will be asked to
insert a diskette in Drive A: for backup. The backup
utility with this program is simply a DOS "copy" command. If you create data files too large to fit on one diskette, you should use your own backup utility. UWhen backing up, the data files from the last specified (F2-Files) Drive & Directory will be backed up. LÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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 F6PR2  ß= BIRTHDAY AND ANNIVERSARY LISTS Ä= The birthday list is a report of individuals birthdays sorted by birthday or name. It also shows their age on the current year's birthday. You have the option of including or excluding deceased individuals. The anniversary list is a report of marriages sorted by month and day of wedding anniversary. It also shows how many years they have been married. You have the option of including or excluding deceased individuals. To be included in these reports dates must be entered as standard dates. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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`OCHMAR RCHRIN  NNAMESRCH FCHTREE  ß CHANGE KEY INDIVIDUAL HELP MENU Ä The current Family Group can be changed by press- ing the first letter of the choices at the bottom of the screen.
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FCHANGE  ß= CHANGE TO CHILD Ä= Pressing a "C" will cause a pop-up window to appear,
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`CHANGE  ß= CHANGE TO OTHER MARRIAGE Ä= Pressing an "O" will cause a pop-up window to appear, listing all spouses for the current key individual. Use the pointer to select the spouse you wish to show, then press enter. You can also add other marriages from this screen. When adding another marriage, the program will call the Individual Edit Window, then the Marriage Edit Window. Deleting a marriage will remove the marriage, but not the individual. This option could result in individuals not tied to the main family structure. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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alIEDIT  ß= CHRISTENING FIELD Ä= Older European church parish registers often recorded the Christening (Chr) date of an infant. This date is often used to ascertain the approximate age of a child, esp- ecially when the birth date is unavailable. A child was usually christened (or baptised) within a few days of their birth. Thanks to the efforts of the early priests, these parish registers have often been the sole source of inform- ation of a child's birth. Thus, the field for christening "Chr" is included along with Birth, Death and Burial. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FCHANGE  ß= CHANGE TO RIN Ä= Pressing an "R" will cause a pop-up window to appear, requesting entry of a RIN. Enter a valid RIN and press return/enter to change the key individual. ÿ ˆÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Go Gn


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FCHANGE  ß= CHANGE TO SPOUSE/FATHER/MOTHER Ä= The first three items (Spouse, Father, and Mother) will immediately change the key individual to the father, mother, or currently shown spouse of the current key
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 LCHANGE  ß= FAMILY TREE Ä= Pressing a "T" will bring up a pedigree diagram with the key individual at the far left. The arrow keys allow you to move up and down the tree. Pressing the up or down arrow key at the far right will cause the tree to shift one generation. Pressing the left arrow key to the far left will cause the Child selection screen to appear. After selecting a child, the tree will shift down one generation. Pressing enter/return on any individual will request them as the key individual. 'Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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plF4REA  ß= CHANGE MARRIAGE ORDER Ä= This option allows the children to be sorted by their proper order, although they were not entered in the order in which the births occurred. It is important to enter the children in the order of their births. A pop-up window listing all children will appear. Simply enter the number of each child in the numeric fields on the left of the child's name (1 for the first child, 2 for the second, and so on). Press F9 to re-order the children or esc to abort. AÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Just Curious Page 1 Ä= Why are the Latter-day Saints so interested in Family History? What are the Ordinance and Temple Code fields for? Why do the Latter-day Saints maintain such a large Genealogical Library? ,To answer these questions you must understand a few things about LDS doctrine. Latter-day Saints literally believe in Christ's statement that no man can enter heaven without baptism (John 3:5). However, they realize that throughout history there have been many individuals who . Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=a=a=a=a=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Just Curious Page 2 Ä= have not had the opportunity of hearing and accepting Jesus Christ as their Savior through baptism. They believe
that those individuals will have the opportunity after death, in the spirit world. But since they no longer have a body, someone still alive must be baptized vicariously for them. These vicarious ordinances for the dead are only performed in LDS Temples. )Not only are baptisms for the dead (see 1 Cor 15:29) performed in the temples, but also other ordinances for . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Qn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Just Curious Page 3 Ä= the living, such as endowments and sealings to spouses (marriages) and sealings to parents. Latter-day Saints believe that these sealings bind families together as eternal organizations. These endowments and sealings are also performed vicariously for the dead. Latter-day Saints do research and keep track of these LDS ordinances in order to have them performed for their dead ancestors. There are four LDS ordinance fields. If you are not LDS just leave these fields blank. The three . Ä= PgDn/PgUp-More Esc-Quit Qn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Just Curious Page 4 Ä= fields on the Individual Editor are for baptism, endowment and sealing to parents. The dates for these LDS ordinances should be entered along with the temple codes. However, baptisms for the living are not performed in temples and require no temple code. The one field on the Marriage Editor is for the sealing to spouse. If a couple were "married in the temple" this date will be the same as their marriage date. Thus you see the interest which Latter-day Saints have in Family History research. Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Mn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FIEDIT  ß= EDITORS: DATE FIELDS Ä= All dates should be entered as day of month, followed by the first three letters of the month and finally all four numbers of the year. (Example: 12 Jun 1945) Although in the U.S. it is standard practice to write a date with numbers, many other countries in using the same practice flip the positions of the date and month. This will always cause confusion. Always include all four numbers of the year. vÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Date Conventions Page 1 Ä= Never write a month with a number (02/11/91). Such a date could be interpreted several ways. International usage of month and day order is different from standard U.S. usage. A date such as above could be Feb 11th or Nov 2nd. The year is also ambiguous. Is it 1991 or 1891? Standard nomencla- ture should always be DD M Y (Example: 11 Feb 1891). CYou should not attempt to convert a date to the Gregorian Calendar. Write it as given in the original document. . Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Date Conventions Page 2 Ä= I have devised my own method of writing Chinese dates (which have been given me verbally). The Chinese calendar consists of 12 months, each 30 days long. Every few years a 13th month is inserted to help keep the year close to the correct astronomical year. The name of the months, when translated literally are First Month, Second Month, and so on. The extra 13th month can be inserted between any other month of the year, but is not called the Thirteenth Month, but rather, the Extra Month After the Xth Month. . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Pn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Date Conventions Page 3 Ä= So I write these months as M01, M02, and so on. The extra 13th month I write as X03 or X11, as appropriate. Thus an entire date: 12 M06 1912 or 26 M12 1878. ÿ ŠÄ= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Pn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FF3EDIT  ß= DELETE INDIVIDUAL Ä= This option deletes the individual from the database which the pointer is pointing to. Before deletion a prompt will request verification. This command will not work if you are pointing to the top individual in a family group. To delete that individual, change the family group to show him/her as a spouse, parent or child. You cannot delete the individual with RIN #1. (This option also has a short- cut key, the [Del] key.) cÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`a`*`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FUTILITY  ß= DELETE PLACE NAME Ä= This option allows you to delete a bad place name. It may be that a place name or part of a place name was accident- ally entered in one of the edit screens. deleting a place name may take a while since the program must not only delete it from the place name file but also delete all references to that place name in the Individual and Marriage files. ªÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Vn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Go Gn Gn


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FF3EDIT  ß= DELETE INDIVIDUAL [RIN] Ä= This option allows deletion of an individual by entering the RIN. Before deletion a prompt will request verification. This command is useful for times when deletions of other individuals cut some individuals off from the main family tree and those individuals also need to be deleted. ÿ Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`a`*`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FF5PR1  ß= DESCENDANT CHARTS Ä= @This chart will list all of the descendants of a specified individual up to 14 generations. ÿ ’Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FDIARY2  ß= CUMBERLAND DIARY Page 1 Ä= Full featured Diary/Journal entry program!
CUMBERLAND DIARY is a shareware application program designed for diary or journal entries. Entries may be printed singly, in groups, as an entire book, or imported to CUMBERLAND STORY. It's features include: * Friendly pop-up menus and screens with extensive on-line help. 7* A word processor with cut-and-paste features. LÄ= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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noCUMBER  ß= CUMBERLAND DIARY Page 2 Ä= * A Spell Check dictionary is available to registered users. 6* Optional secrecy mode with password protection and data encryption. ,* Headings can be included for each entry. More than one entry per day is allowed. Each entry may be up to 10
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FDRIVE2  ß= SELECT DRIVE AND SUBDIRECTORY
Page 1 Ä= You may set the drive and sub-directory for the Easy-Tree data files. Leaving this field blank will cause the program to read the data files from the default (current) sub- directory. When specifying another sub-directory, you must put a "\" after the drive and sub-directory name. Below are valid examples: CB:\ ;C:\ET\BROWN\ 2\ET\SMITH\ Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=a=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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 HF2FILE  ß= SELECT DRIVE AND SUBDIRECTORY
Page 2 Ä= If no Easy-Tree data files exist on the specified drive or sub-directory, files will automatically be created. You can create multiple data files and use this option to switch between them. For example: two directories for two families could be created: C:\ET\BROWN\ and C:\ET\SMITH\. 4Upon startup, data will be read from the last specified sub-directory. If the specified subdirectory cannot be found, the default sub-directory will be used. Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Mn=o=n=`=`=a=a=a=a=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FUTILITY  ß= EDIT PLACE NAME Ä= This option allows you to edit an incorrectly spelled place name. Changing the place name once with this option changes it for all occurances of the place name throughout the entire database. ÿ dÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Vn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Go Gn Gn


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FF2FILE  ß= EMPTY DATA FILES Ä= @This option will delete all data entered into the database! Use this option with caution! ÿ ‰Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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nF3EDIT  ß= EDIT TIME LINE Ä= This option displays a graphical diagram showing the birth, marriage and death dates along a time line of selected individuals. Use the Insert key to select individuals with the NameSearch function. The delete key will remove individuals. The left and right arrow keys will move the time line. A maximum of 50 individuals can be included on the time line. If you change the birth, marriage or death dates of an individual it will not change in the TIMELINE file. Delete and reinsert the person. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FF2FILE  ß= EXIT TO DOS Ä= @This option will ask for verification before returning to DOS. (It has a short-cut key, Ctrl-X.) When exiting the program you will be asked if you want to backup your data. (See help on Data Backup.) ÿ Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`a``=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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, F5PR1  ß= FAMILY GROUP SHEETS Ä= Up to 30 Family Group Sheets may be printed at one time by entering the MRIN's of the sheets desired. If you do not know the MRIN, press F5-Name Search. Printing stops at the first zero (0) MRIN. History notes appear at the bottom of each sheet. Multiple marriages are also indicated. If there is not enough room in the "Other Wives" or "Other Husbands" fields, then other marriages will be printed at the bottom of the page with the notes. A maximum of 10 notes can be printed at the bottom of each page.
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FFUNCTION ß= FUNCTION KEYS MENU OVERVIEW Ä= The six function keys, F2 though F7, are pull down menus. You may also access the menus by using the Alt key, Alt-F will bring up F2-File, Alt-E is F3-Edit, and so on. Once any menu is up all menus may be accessed by using the right and left arrow keys or pressing the appropriate function key or Alt key. 1Notice that some menu items have short-cut keys (shown to to the right of the menu item) which allow access to a particular option without going through the menus. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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ONHELP2  ß= MOVING AROUND HELP Page 1 Ä= This program has extensive HELP screens which contain almost the entire printed manual. The main HELP MENU
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FHELP3  ß= MOVING AROUND HELP Page 2 Ä= Moving around help is accomplished by just a few keys. The keys are labeled at the bottom of each help window. PgDn- Always takes you to the next help window. Sometimes the next help is a return to a help menu. PgUp- Always takes you to the just previously shown help window. 0Enter- Works just like PgDn, but never shown as an option. Esc- Always returns you to the point in the program at
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FMAIN  ß= MOVING AROUND HELP Page 3 Ä= F1- Pressing F1 while using help will always return you to the first screen of the currently requested help.
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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: How To Do Research Page 1 Ä= The first thing to do is to ask yourself: What do I know about my family? Gather information from around your own home; old family Bibles, photographs,legal documents, personal memories. Next, extend your search to include interviews of older relatives, visits to a cemetery, and local libraries. 1One of the best sources of information is the Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah which is the largest . Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: How To Do Research Page 2 Ä= Genealogical Library in the world. However, you need not travel to Salt Lake to access the Library. Many local LDS churches have Branch libraries with many microfilm records and access to all records from Salt Lake City. Use of the Branch Libraries is free, although you may have to pay small fees for copies or other materials. The Branch
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loRESUG  ß= RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Individual Naming Conventions Ä= A persons name should always be shown in it's proper order with surname in CAPITAL LETTERS. DO NOT show last name first: BROWN, Edward Joseph. Below are examples of appropriate names. 1Standard English/American: Ira Johan LUND Scandinavian name with appended 'ancestry locality name: Johan Severin SVENDSEN Rage Oriental >(Surname always first): ZHENG Chooi Fong
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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Book Idea Page 1 Ä= Here is a suggestion on how to collect all of the printed material from this program into a unique Family History book just for your family. First print out an automatic pedigree chart with you as the key individual (Person No. 1 on Chart No. 1). This is Section 1. Then for Section 2, print out a Family Group Sheet for every marriage on your pedigree charts. Section 3 would contain database listings and ordinance checklists. Use your word processor to
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RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Book Idea Page 2 Ä= explanatory pages about your family research efforts. Punch the pages with a three hole punch and put in a loose-leaf binder or (my preference) soft-cover binders that expand to the amount of material included. These kinds of binders are inexpensive and the pages do not tear out as easily as they do from a loose-leaf binder. ÖÄ= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Mn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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Page 2 Ä= The main program screen consists of one Family Group. The key individual is the first one at the top. Associated with that individual is the spouse, parents and children of that marriage. Adding or editing an individual is as simple as pointing to the appropriate location and pressing the return/enter key to bring up the Individual Edit Screen. @At the top of the screen is the User Name and Reports Title which can be edited by the User Information selection . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMAIN4  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE'S MAIN SCREEN Page 3 Ä= from the F2-File menu. Just above the Family Group is a list of the available function keys. At the very bottom of the screen is a list of single character commands which allow the displayed Family Group to be changed. MThe following keys can be used in most entry screens (but not the main screen) when data is entered: Right arrow/ 3left arrow: Moving one character at a time
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FMAIN  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE'S MAIN SCREEN
Page 4 Ä= End key: Jump to last character in field Home key: Jump to first character in field Control-End: Erase from present position to end Insert-key: Toggles between insert and over-write modes Enter-key: Accept entry and move to next field Must press enter to accept field entry Up arrow/ 3down arrow: Move cursor to next or prior field IÄ= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Mn=o=n=a`-a`-a`-a`-a`-a`-a`-a`-a`-n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMAIN2  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE'S MAIN SCREEN Page 1 Ä= As an individual is entered, he/she is automatically
assigned a Record Identification Number (RIN). Whenever a spouse or marriage is entered a Marriage Record Identi- fication Record (MRIN) is automatically assigned. These unique numbers help identify each individual, even when there are more than one person with the same name. The RIN and MRIN are used throughout the program and are printed on many of the reports. dÄ= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMEDIT  ß= EDITORS: DATE FIELDS Ä= All dates should be entered as day of month, followed by the first three letters of the month and finally all four numbers of the year. (Example: 12 Jun 1945) Although in the U.S. it is standard practice to write a date with numbers, many other countries in using the same practice flip the positions of the date and month. This will always cause confusion. Always include all four numbers of the year. vÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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PMPLACE ! TMTEMPLE  ß= MARRIAGE EDITOR Ä= You must use the cursor key to point at the individual whose marriage information you wish to enter. If an individual's spouse has not already been defined, the "Edit Individual" window will appear requesting you to add that person's spouse prior to entering the Marriage Editor. (This option also has a short-cut key, Ctrl-M.) Ä= Date Fields Single Parents Place Name Fields Temple Codes Ä= Esc-Quit [n=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`(a`n=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿy  Ë P0

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 ß= MERGE PLACE NAMES Ä= This option allows you to merge two place names. If a place name has been entered twice with two different spellings they can be merged into one place name. The Primary Place Name is the one which will remain after the merging. All occurances of the Secondary Place Name in the database will be changed to the Primary Place Name. ÍÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Vn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Go Gn Gn


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ioF6PR2  ß= MISSING INFORMATION Ä= @This option produces a list of individuals indicating whether the following information is missing from the database: birth date and place, marriage date and place, death date and place. ÿ !Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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 CF4REA  ß= CHANGE MARRIAGE ORDER Ä= This option allows multiple marriages to be sorted by their proper order, although they were not entered in the order in which the marriages took place. It is important to enter the spouses in the order of their marriages to the key individual. A pop-up window listing all marriages will appear. Simply enter the number of each marriage (1 for the first marriage, 2 for the second, and so on) in the numeric fields on the left. Press F9 to re-order the
marriages or esc to abort. #Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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ceMPLACE2  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 1 Ä= When the place name is entered for the first time it will be added to the place name file and assigned a Place Name Number. The suggested entry convention is City,County/ Province,State/Country with no spaces entered after the commas in order to save space. -(Example: Preston,Franklin,Idaho) If the place name you desire is already in the place name file, the place name can be entered four different ways: 1. The place name may be re-entered by typing it in . Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=a=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMPLACE3  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 2 Ä= exactly as it was typed in before. If the place name is not typed in precisely (character for character) as it was entered previously it will be treated as a new name and be assigned a new record number. 2. If the record number of the place name desired is known, simply enter the number in the place name field. As soon as the enter key is pressed, the place name associated with that number will replace the number. This is the quickest way to enter a place name. . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit On=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMPLACE4  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 3 Ä= 3. If you cannot remember the number of the place name desired you can press F4-Num-Place to access a pop-up screen which lists the place names sorted by their record numbers. PageUp and PageDn to access other place names. Use the cursor keys to point at the name desired and press enter to select. The pop-up list will disappear and the selected name will appear in the place name field. Pressing the Esc key will abort the name selection and blank out the name field. . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Pn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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`=MEDIT  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 4 Ä= 4. The F3-Alpha-Place command allows you to access the place names in alphabetical order. Before pressing F3 you may enter the first few letters of the name desired. Thus when F3 is pressed, the pop-up list of names will begin with place names coming alphabetically after the entered letters. For example, if the name you want to access is "Stavanger,Rogaland,Norway" first type in any number of the first few letters, such as "Sta". Then
press F3 and names beginning with "Sta" will appear. Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Nn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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`=MTEMPLE2 ß= EDITOR: TEMPLE CODES Page 1 Ä= (LDS only) A few typical temple codes are listed below: AL - Cardston, Alberta, Canada AT - Atlanta, Georgia )AZ - Mesa, Arizona ,LA - Los Angeles, California "LD - London, England *LG - Logan, Utah .SL - Salt Lake City, Utah %SW - Bern, Switzerland Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=a=a=a=a=a=a=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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erMEDIT  ß= EDITOR: TEMPLE CODES Page 2 Ä= This field should also be used to indicate special conditions such as the following: fBIC Born in the Covenant $STI Stillborn /DNS Do Not Seal -INF Infant, do not do ordinance work ˆÄ= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit On=o=n=`=`=`=a=a=a=a=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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NAME2  ß= EDITORS: NAME FIELDS Page 1 Ä= Enter the surname in CAPITALS followed by all names follow- ing the surname in the field labeled "Surname:". Enter all names preceding the surname in the field labeled "Given name:". This allows names to be sorted by surname first despite it's location within the full name. The suggested naming convention is to enter the entire surname in CAPITAL LETTERS, while the given names are entered in lower case with appropriate capital letters. UÄ= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FIEDIT  ß= EDITORS: NAME FIELDS Page 2 Ä= If a child is being added, the surname of the father will automatically appear in the surname field. If the father of the key individual is being added, the key individual's surname will automatically appear in the surname field. If the surname is different simply type over or use the ctrl- end key to clear the field. %When entering titles, include the title with the surname: Example: John Smith I - Surname: SMITH I .Given: John Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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erCHANGE  ß= NAME SEARCH Ä= Pressing an "N" will bring up a pop-up window allowing the entry of a name to search. Pressing F3 will cause a list of individuals to appear beginning with the name selected. This entry does not require a full name. It is suggested that you enter a few letters of the surname only. Given names should not be entered unless the entire surname has been entered. You can page up and down to select names before and after the requested name. Press enter/return on any name to select, or esc to abort selection. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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IEDIT  ß= INDIVIDUAL EDITOR: New or Existing Ä= When an individual is first added you will be prompted whether this individual is a "New" RIN or "Exists" already in the database. The default is "N" for New, which will be used most of the time. Use the "Existing" RIN for cases where there is intermarriage within the family. For example, suppose an individual marries a cousin. The cousin may have already been entered as a child of an uncle. By requesting an "Existing" individual when adding the spouse the proper internal links can be made. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FF6PR2  ß= NOTES LIST Ä= @This report produces a list of all notes which have been entered into the database. ÿ ˜Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FF3EDIT  ß= NOTES Ä= Use the cursor keys to point to the individual you wish to enter notes for. Press F5 to access the Notes Window. A maximum of five lines are allowed for each individual. The enter key must be pressed after each entry before quiting the screen. When the notes are printed at the bottom of Family Group Sheets a maximum of 10 notes will be printed. After the first 10, other notes will be ignored. (This optin also has a short-cut key, Ctrl-N.) MÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`'a``=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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>CUMBER  ß= ORDERING INFORMATION Ä= The CUMBERLAND SOFTWARE programs may be obtained from your shareware distributor or from Cumberland Software for $4.00 postage paid each. (Distribution and Handling Fee) (Updated versions of all three Family History Programs will be sent to registered users.) If you order any of these programs from Cumberland Software, you may deduct the $4.00 handling fee from the registration fee if you decide to use and register the program. Registered users of other Cumberland Software may also deduct $5.00.
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Page 2 Ä= The program automatically keeps track of relationships of all individuals. This is accomplished because an individual is added only by entering him/her into the existing family structure. rAny place name only need be entered once. Most genealogies are filled with people being born, married and dying in the same place, generation after generation. Once a full place name (city,county/province,state/country) is entered . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FOVERV4  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE PROGRAM OVERVIEW Page 3 Ä= it is assigned a place name number. Any subsequent use of that same place name can be entered by simply entering it's number. uFlexible, world-wide individual name entry is accomplished by allowing a surname to appear anywhere in the name. Two fields request a name. In the first field is entered the surname and all names following it. In the second field is entered all names (if any) preceding the surname. Thus . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FOVERV5  ß=
CUMBERLAND TREE PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Page 4 Ä= names can still be sorted alphabetically by surname. HExample of names: .* Standard English/American: Ira Johan LUND * Scandanavian name 0with appended 1ancestry locality name: Johan Severin SVENDSEN Rage * Oriental 8(Surnames always first): ZHENG Chooi Fong Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`a`a`a`a`a`an=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMAIN  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE PROGRAM OVERVIEW Page 5 Ä= Hardware Requirements: -IBM PC/XT/AT, PS/2 or compatible with 512K RAM 360K Floppy will hold about 1,400 names 1.2M Floppy will hold about 4,600 names Hard Drive will hold up to 32,0 names User-defined printer setup strings allow almost all printers to be compatible. (Limitations: 20 Children per marriage '8 Spouses per individual Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit On=o=n=`=a=a=a=a=`=`=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FOVERV2  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE PROGRAM OVERVIEW Page 1 Ä= The CUMBERLAND TREE Family History Program is an application program for doing genealogy work. It allows entry of individual names, birth, christening, marriage, death and burial dates and places, tying them all
together automatically as a family and extended family structure. It will print out pedigree charts, family group sheets, individual and marriage listings, ordinance check lists, descendant charts, birthdays, anniversaries, and many other reports. &Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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ndRESUG  ß= RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS: Place Naming Conventions Ä= Place names usually consist of three (occasionally two or four) names: City,County/Province,State/Country. To save space I do not enter "spaces" after the commas. Below are several examples of place names: fClarksville,Montgomery,Tennessee Stavanger,Rogaland,Norway %Logan,Cache,Utah .Edmonton,Alberta,Canada Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=a=a=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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cePED2  ß= PEDIGREE CHARTS Page 1 Ä= You may print up to 10 seperate pedigree charts in one printing or a complete ancestry series of pedigree charts up to 100 charts. Enter the "RIN", "Chart Number", "Same as Number" and "On Chart Number" as requested for each chart desired. You may select the RIN by pressing F5-Name Search. Press F3 to print. All Charts will be printed until the first RIN with a zero (0) is reached, at which point the printing will stop. dÄ= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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F5PR1  ß= PEDIGREE CHARTS Page 2 Ä= To automatically print a full ancestry series, enter
information for only one RIN. Press F4 for automatic
printing. All charts will be numbered beginning with the chart number specified and continuing in order from there. The individuals numbered 8 through 15 on each pedigree chart will contain the proper continuation chart number. The upper right hand corner of each sheet will also show that No. 1 on the current sheet is the same individual as the appropriate number on the proper chart number. Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Mn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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y PLACE2  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 1 Ä= When the place name is entered for the first time it will be added to the place name file and assigned a Place Name Number. The suggested entry convention is City,County/ Province,State/Country with no spaces entered after the commas in order to save space. -(Example: Preston,Franklin,Idaho) If the place name you desire is already in the place name file, the place name can be entered four different ways: 1. The place name may be re-entered by typing it in . Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Tn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=a=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FPLACE3  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 2 Ä= exactly as it was typed in before. If the place name is not typed in precisely (character for character) as it was entered previously it will be treated as a new name and be assigned a new record number. 2. If the record number of the place name desired is known, simply enter the number in the place name field. As soon as the enter key is pressed, the place name associated with that number will replace the number. This is the quickest way to enter a place name. . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit On=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FPLACE4  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 3 Ä= 3. If you cannot remember the number of the place name desired you can press F4-Num-Place to access a pop-up screen which lists the place names sorted by their record numbers. PageUp and PageDn to access other place names. Use the cursor keys to point at the name desired and press enter to select. The pop-up list will disappear and the selected name will appear in the place name field. Pressing the Esc key will abort the name selection and blank out the name field. . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Pn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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!IEDIT  ß= EDITOR: PLACE NAME FIELDS Page 4 Ä= 4. The F3-Alpha-Place command allows you to access the place names in alphabetical order. Before pressing F3 you may enter the first few letters of the name desired. Thus when F3 is pressed, the pop-up list of names will begin with place names coming alphabetically after the entered letters. For example, if the name you want to access is "Stavanger,Rogaland,Norway" first type in any number of the first few letters, such as "Sta". Then
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wrUTILITY  ß= PRINT MANUAL, REGISTRATION AND ORDER FORM
Ä= These three options allow the printing of the manual, registration form and order form. NOTES: * The README file, Registration and Order Form are also printed with the manual. * Almost the entire manual is contained within the Help screens of this program. * The manual and registration reports do not use the printer setup codes. But They do use the port
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caF5PR1  ß= PRINTING REPORTS Ä= All reports are formatted for 8 1/2 by 11 inch pages. Almost all reports under F5-Print1 and F6-Print2 can be aborted early by pressing "S" as shown while the report is being printed. Be patient, the report will stop printing at a convenient line, eject a page and return control of the computer back to you. If you shut off the printer you will get a red error screen. If you select Abort at this point the program will abort and you will be dropped to DOS. Use "S" to stop printing gracefully. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FF2FILE  ß= SAVE DATA Ä= This option will cause all file buffers in memory to be saved to the disk. This is more for peace of mind than anything else, since all files will automatically be saved when the program is exited and occasionally while you are working. However, if the program did happen to stall (or crash) at least all the work done since you last used this option would be saved - and possibly even more if the buffers had automatically written out during program use. This option also has a short-cut key, Ctrl-S. Ä= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`'a`n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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IfSETUP2  ß= PRINTER SETUP Page 1 Ä= In this window you may specify a port or file name to output the report to a file. If a valid port name is
entered, the reports are routed to the appropriate printer or port. Valid ports are as follows: LPT1 or PRN Usual port for parallel printers LPT2 :LPT3 :COM1 Usual port for serial printers COM2 5Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=a=a=a=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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QuSETUP3  ß= PRINTER SETUP Page 2 Ä= If a valid port is not entered, the entry is assumed to be a file name and all reports are written to the current drive and directory. Usual nomenclature for files is 1-8 character base file name, a period, and a 0-3 character extension. (Example: REPORT.PRN) \The printer setup strings are sent to the printer at the appropriate time. If an untypable character is needed, enter the ASCII code in arrow-brackets. Multiple ASCII Ä= Pgup/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Qn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FSETUP4  ß= PRINTER SETUP Page 3 Ä= codes can be entered with commas between them. The setup strings should be set as noted below: ]EPSON CODES .Printer Reset String : <27,64> Setup #1 (Bold 10CPI 1/8Spacing) : <27,71,18,27,48>
Setup #2 (Normal 16CPI) : <27,72,15> Setup #3 (Normal 10CPI 1/6Spacing): <27,72,18,27,50>
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FF5PR1  ß= PRINTER SETUP Page 4 Ä= HP LASERJET CODES +Printer Reset: <27,69> (Setup #1 : <27,40,49,48,85,27,40,115,49, %48,72,27,38,108,56,68> Setup #2 : <27,40,115,49,54,104> Setup #3 : <27,69,27,40,115,49,48,72> Pedigree Line: <196> 'Note: 1/8th inch spacing is needed for all reports except the Temple Submission Forms. Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Nn=o=n=a=`=`=`=`=`=`=a=a=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FIEDIT  ß= EDITOR: SEX FIELD Ä= Sometimes this field will automatically contain an 'F' or 'M' if the sex is obvious to the program when adding a new individual. Otherwise enter the sex as appropriate. Only 'M' and 'F' are allowed. ÿ WÄ= PgDn-Menu Esc-Quit Sn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Go Gn


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=SHARE2  ß= THE SHAREWARE CONCEPT Page 1 Ä= If you are new to computers you may not have heard the term SHAREWARE. Basically this means an author or group has prepared a software program which you are free to copy and encouraged to share with others, but the author requests a REGISTRATION FEE. If you recieved this disk from a
shareware distributor who charged $3 or $4 you have only paid a DISTRIBUTION/HANDLING FEE to copy and produce a disk of which NO PORTION goes to the author of the software. You are encouraged to pay the final REGISTRATION . Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FSHARE3  ß= THE SHAREWARE CONCEPT Page 2 Ä= FEE which goes to the author of this software. The fee is also a matter of good conscience. The idea is that if the program is useful, you become a registered user. Easy-Tree is a copyrighted program. Although the
program is distributed under the Shareware concept and can be freely copied, there are limitations to protect the author, the program's quality and to support future ver- sions. Users may make copies of this program for trial use by others on a non-commercial basis. You are permitted . Ä= PgUp/PgDn-More Esc-Quit Rn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FSHARE4  ß= THE SHAREWARE CONCEPT Page 3 Ä= to evaluate this program for 30 days. After that time you are required to register the program and pay the regis- tration fee or cease using the program. This program is also available from the author. I ask you to help me distribute the program by sharing unmodified copies with others. I encourage you to register your copy. Registration has a number of benefits to you: 1. Automatic notice of updates at discounted prices.
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FMAIN  ß= THE SHAREWARE CONCEPT Page 4 Ä= you to try out the program before paying for it. Only through user support can I continue to enhance and support the program. '3. You will be encouraging others to release valuable programs as Shareware. %4. You will recieve after business hours phone support. ¾Ä= PgDn-Menu PgUp-More Esc-Quit Mn=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`=> ÿÿÿ£ P0

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FMEDIT  ß= EDITORS: SINGLE PARENTS Ä= If there is a single parent or you do not know the spouse, simply add a spouse (as a New RIN), do not enter any
information and exit the edit individual screen. The
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FSTORY2  ß= CUMBERLAND STORY Page 1 Ä= Write your own or your ancestor's life story! CUMBERLAND STORY is a shareware application program to help you write and print a structured book about your life or the lives of your ancestors. It contains many ideas and suggestions with a chapter and topic outliner containing memory-jogging prompts. It's features include: * Friendly pop-up menus and screens with extensive on-line help. 7* A word processor with cut-and-paste features. Ä= PgDn-More Esc-Quit Un=o=n=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=`=n=`== ÿÿÿ£ P` Gn Gn Gn Go


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FTREE2  ß= CUMBERLAND TREE Page 1 Ä= THE BEST GENEALOGY PROGRAM AVAILABLE! The CUMBERLAND TREE program is a shareware application program for doing genealogy work. It allows entry of
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  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : CTREE31.ZIP
Filename : CTREE.HLP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/