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Author One main genomap & several partial genomaps for reporting
Posted Tuesday, May 07, 2019 - Post #39851
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Hello

In my *.gno -file there are 38 genomaps - one genomap for each "nuclear family" and other families, that are connected to this "nuclear family".
I've persons in genomaps which are hyperlinked to an other genomaps as perhaps most of us have.

Now comes my challenge.  When running eg. "Narrative report" in eg. following situations:

1. I have a need to report persons in first genomap
   + a specific familytructure in another/second genomap ie. not all persons in that second genomap, only one family structure.
How to run eg. "Narrative Report" so that all persons from first genomap are reported plus only one family from the second?  
Do you eg. copy the family structure from the second genomap, temporarily ie. not saved, to first genomap?
 
2. I've also need to report persons in first genomap
  + a specific family structure in another/second genomap ie. not all persons in that second genomap, only one family structure.
  + a specific family structure in another/third genomap ie. not all persons in that third genomap, only one family structure.
How to run eg. "Narrative Report" so that all persons from first genomap are reported + only one family from the second and third genomap?
Do you eg. copy the family structures from the second and third genomaps, temporarily ie. not saved, to first genomap?

This can go of course also further ie. continue to fourth, fifth, etc. families but not all persons in concerned (ie. 2nd, 3rd, etc.) genomaps.

BR, Jarmo 
Posted Friday, May 10, 2019 - Post #39863
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For this type of special reports, you could make a copy of the complete genogram, and modify the copy to get the report right.
Of course, if you modify the "master" version, you will have to do this all over again.
Posted Saturday, May 11, 2019 - Post #39865
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Thanks famous writer

Yes, you are right.
Maybe copying *.gno to a "new" file and making the changes there ie. in this "new" *.gno -file, would be the way to go.

BR, Jarmo


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