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Posted Wednesday, June 8, 2022 - Post #42244
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Hi all, 
I have accidentally attached two genograms together with two tabs. These are two separate accounts. Any advice much appreciated!
Posted Friday, June 10, 2022 - Post #42247
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To move a GenoMap to another .gno file simply select everthing on the required GenoMap (using Ctrl & A), copy it allto the clipboard (using Ctrl & C), Then create a new .gno file (using Ctrl & N), clear the text fromit (Ctrl & A, then Del) and then paste the contents of the required GenoMap into the new file (using Ctrl & V) .You can then delete the GenoMap from the original .gno by right clicking on its tab and selecting Delete GenoMap.


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Edited: Friday, June 10, 2022 by genome


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