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Posted Saturday, October 30, 2004 - Post #7569
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Converted a Gedcom file to genopro. I have tried to produce a Genogram but one of the tree members is being overwritten by another non related person. How can I sort this out?

Any help very much appreciated.
Posted Thursday, August 18, 2005 - Post #7570
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You can either use the Auto Arrange button to re arrange your tree (not recommended if your family tree is big)
OR
you can arrange it manually by dragging the non related person to his place in the tree.

Note: If you are manually arranging your tree, don't use the auto arrange with this tree, because the tree will be again a mess.
Posted Thursday, August 18, 2005 - Post #7571
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Using the beta, you can split your genealogy tree into smaller sub-trees and use the AutoArrange. Please see the instructions at Topic5149-58-1.aspx for details.


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