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Posted Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - Post #33906
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Hello,

how is possible to export to GEDCOM for selected genomaps (not all genomaps and not only one genomap)?

Posted Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - Post #33909
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Hi, I suggest you use the Export to Gedcom using the Report Generator.

Check the field "Report Data Source" where you can specify a single genomap.

http://www.genopro.com/help/report-generator

Edited: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 by jcmorin
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But I want to select 3 genomaps for example.
Posted Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - Post #33912
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The gedcom format is pretty simple, maybe you can copy paste the 3 exports one after the other. I've never tried it personally.
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A few years ago Nand wrote an excellent utility that is suitable for this very purpose. Take a look at FPS SelectGenoMaps it will allow to to merge two or more GenoMaps into a new GenoMap, which can then be exported to Gedcom via the Report Generator.


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Posted Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - Post #33916
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jcmorin (17-Sep-2014)
The gedcom format is pretty simple, maybe you can copy paste the 3 exports one after the other. I've never tried it personally.
It might work but this method does not remove duplicates hyperlinked persons
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genome (17-Sep-2014)
A few years ago Nand wrote an excellent utility that is suitable for this very purpose. Take a look at FPS SelectGenoMaps it will allow to to merge two or more GenoMaps into a new GenoMap, which can then be exported to Gedcom via the Report Generator.

I'll look at it. 

I like to select Report Data Source as whole document and choose genomaps on new tab in Export to GEDCOM skin.

Edited: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 by powery


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