Size of the file: 3.0 MB
Ancestral Author helps you document your genealogical research by creating Adobe Acrobat PDF files hyperlinks from GEDCOM files. Use text files and JPEG images to create illustrated books with chapters, descendant reports, ancestor reports, and a name index. It is very easy to use and creates high quality documents that can be printed, e-mailed, posted on the Internet or sent to a service desk for conversion into a hardcover book.
A flawless stay
Easily turn a downloaded GEDCOM into PDF. Simply drag GEDCOM to the Ancestral Author desktop icon and you'll get a fully hyperlinked and indexed PDF in seconds. This makes it easy to view uploaded GEDCOM files on FamilySearch, Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, Genealogy.com, and more.
Or use the Ancestral Author wizard to create more elaborate PDF documents with title pages, chapters, sections, indexes, source references, a table of contents, and more. See a small example of a PDF document created by Ancestral Author here.
You can add images to your title pages, such as a family emblem, an old farm image or an image of your great-grandparents. Click here for more information.
You can embed images in the text of your document. For example, if you wrote a biography of your ancestor, you can upload a photo, assign a caption, and place it on the biography page. For a sample, click here. You can also use this feature to import scanned images of old documents. For an example, click here. (It may take some time to download the PDF file and Adobe Acrobat must be installed on your computer.)
You can automatically extract progeny reports from your GEDCOM, starting with any individual, including an unlimited number of generations. You can retrieve any number of descendant reports. For example, you can extract the ancestry of your father in one offspring report and the ancestry of your mother in another. Each progeny report can be placed in the PDF document with its own chapter and title: "My Mother's Ancestry", "My Father's Ancestry".
The names are linked by hyperlink to the pages. This facilitates navigation in genealogical relationships. Click on a hypertext link to immediately access the page on which this person appears.
The index is also fully linked to a hyperlink. Once you have found someone in the index, just click on the page number to access this page immediately.
– A date sorting bug has been fixed.
Before this fix, AA sometimes had to
& # 39; hold & # 39; during the genealogical report
generation – but only if sorting by date
has been activated (Options-> Sort Dates).
With the fix, it no longer hangs.
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