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January 23, 2009


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Great idea. Thanks!

cool idea. I'm copying, if you don't mind.
Thanks, Sheila

This is great! I love it. I'm going to do it of my kids and do a page of them like you did, then the other side pictures of them, parents,grandparents and g grandparents and put the child on the pedigree chart and the family pictures on another side and put it in a hinged 2 picture frame. Dianne G

What a wonderful way to show how we get our DNA. The picture in the background of the pedigree chart makes that Haplotype just come alive.
Sharon C.

Wow, that's great. Thanks for sharing. Joan

This is way cool. I'm lovin' it. I'm going to try it with a black and white picture, though I'm not too sure it will have the same impact as color.

Unfortunately for the stores in some regards, this is a great time to purchase a good scanner at wonderful sale prices. For home use those multi-function printers that also scan are handy, but for travel it is important to have a scanner that is entirely compatible with your laptop (and test it out before the trip). Getting your scanned photos inserted to Legacy is not complicated, but needs some practice. Because Photos require considerable disk space, I also purchased an inexpensive external drive with tons of space for storing scanned images apart from my computer. Organizing those is another useful skill to learn.

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