Re: Formatting Narrative report
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I hope you don’t mind me following Edward Sneithe’s question about narrative reports. After upgrading my OS I am learning about FH 7.0.7 as I couldn’t get the reports to work on my old machine and I know little about the technicalities.
The text of the narrative reports reads badly in my view – it’s almost biblical in parts! Can someone point me in the direction of the earlier type of report which had a traditional ‘dropdown’ appearance with bmds etc.? Photos would be a bonus.
My tree is more of a skeletal outline which is fairly superficial even though it goes back to the Battle of Agincourt for example. My interest is more towards writing monographs about people going back for a couple of generations only and adding a lot of detail from other archival sources. Thanks for any help.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Edward Sneithe via groups.io
Sent: 10 September 2021 14:51
Subject: [family-historian] Formatting Narrative report
I am working on getting a better more readable format to my narrative reports. I have done some modification of the sentences for both standard facts and my custom facts. The one thing that eludes me is how to provide paragraph or line spacing on an individual fact.