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Thank you Lorna and Trevor
It doesn't always give me details but when it does it is
excellent much better than FTM.
This is one example of when FH gives details complete with names
Compared to FTM
When FH doesn't give relationship details
FTM does even though it is not direct.
The above are examples. Pity FH doesn't give details
Anyway thanks for mentioning the how related tool
On 14/03/2020 10:22 am, Lorna Craig via
Trevor, the Relationship to Root
column is a standard column in the Records Window. There is
no need to set it up as a customised column. However the more
remote relationships (for example via in-laws of in-laws) are
not shown so it would not help with Victor’s more distant
Victor, as Trevor has said, the How
Related Tool does exactly what you want. The results
can be displayed either graphically or in report form, and if
two people are connected in more than one way it can show up
to 9 relationships.
In Family Historian, have you tried using Tools menu > How
Related ... ?
Also, in the Records Window it is useful to set up the
customised column Relationship To Root.