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Frise chronologique historique : creer, imprimer, modifier et generer pdf, excel, openoffice

Frise chronologique historique : creer, imprimer, modifier et generer pdf, excel, openoffice

Genealogy Programs for Android One of the more exciting products in the world of handheld computers, cell phones, and "smartphones" is the Android operating system, a mobile operating system initially developed by Android Inc., a firm purchased by Google in 2005. Android is based upon a modified version of the Linux kernel. However, the operating system is so highly modified now that the Linux programmers probably wouldn't recognize it. Android is optimized for use on battery-powered handheld devices. The popularity of the Android operating system has mushroomed in the past few years as many new Android-based cell phones, tablet computers, and handheld computers have appeared in the marketplace.

Genealogy Apps to help in your genealogy research As more people carry smart phones and tablets on a daily basis, we want to be able to use those devices in our genealogy research. Here are few apps that I could not live without (note: I use Apple devices, so this post will not cover Android and other operating systems; however, please leave comments about ANY of your favorite apps). Maps – this is essential when I’m on a genealogy road-trip, for finding cemeteries, courthouses, places to have lunch, etc.Evernote – Evernote is my go-to app for storing everything, so it includes all kinds of genealogy notes that I may need to access.Goodreads – I keep a list of genealogy books that I own and a wish-list of books I want to buy.

10 Mobile Apps No Conference Attendee Should Be Without Are you wondering what apps can enhance your networking at conferences? There’s something about a “real-world” conference that can’t be duplicated. However, your experience can be enhanced with the right apps. When attending a real-world conference, you benefit from the energy of a room full of like-minded people, the ability to grab lunch with a favorite presenter and the opportunities to network with other attendees. Using Scrivener As More Than A Drafting Program - Family Freelancer Scrivener (software) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Scrivener has long been a favorite drafting tool for Mac users. Recent updates has brought this program to the world of Windows users. With a unique approach to organizing text and research, integration support with a variety of other applications and native support for exporting MOBI and ePub files, this program is a powerhouse of self-publishing. However, its flexible interface and design makes it useful for more than just bringing your literary dreams to life. With a little set up and tweaking, Scrivener can be used for more than just writing.

Genealogy & Family History Apps That I Use Top off your beverage of choice, pull up a chair, and let's talk technology and genealogy. Specifically, the smartphone and tablet apps I use for genealogy and family history research. What apps do you recommend for my smartphone or tablet? I get this question a lot, and it's hard to answer.

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