15 Years of Family Tree Magazine 2000-2014 DVD

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15 Years of Family Tree Magazine 2000-2014 [DVD]
 
We've loaded this DVD with 15 years of Family Tree Magazine's genealogy tips, tools and tutorials.

This easy-to-use, convenient DVD is equipped with a comprehensive search feature that allows you to keyword-search all 96 issues at once, then click to the article you want. You can simply click to visit featured websites (no typing URLs) and print pages for your reference.
 
  • The files on this DVD are PDFs, so you can use this DVD on a Windows or a Mac computer.



This 15 Years of Family Tree Magazine DVD is the ideal complement to your family history research library!

 
On this DVD, you'll find:
  • 15 editions of our annual 101 Best Websites list
  • the complete State Research Guides series
  • research guides to major US cities
  • guides to tracing your family history in regions around the world
  • primers for finding and using key genealogical resources, such as censuses; immigration papers; birth, marriage and death records; court documents and more
  • cheat sheets for using top genealogy websites such as Ancestry.com, FamilySearch, MyHeritage, findmypast and others
  • in-depth tutorials for genealogy websites, apps, software and other tools
  • tricks for organizing your research and tracking source information
  • expert advice on caring for your precious family photos and heirlooms

 

You'll love this DVD if:
  • You want expert tips for researching your genealogy and finding your ancestors' old records
  • You want the easy-to follow presentation of Family Tree Magazine articles combined with the keyword searchability of a digital publication
  • You want to access genealogy instruction wherever you have a device with a CD/DVD Drive
  • You hate typing in long web addresses for sites recommended in books and magazines
  • You want to collect the Family Tree Magazine issues you've missed
  • You want to save space on your bookshelves