This next technology program on GEDCOM Update is on February 9 at 7 pm on our Zoom channel!
GEDCOM is a program designed by the Family History Library that transfers your genealogy data between family tree programs. Designed originally in 1984, it allows your genealogy data (names, dates, locations, and source info to be transferred to other family tree programs. The current used version 5.5 needed to be updated as many genealogists wanted more data such as bios, images, and notes to be included in the data. The FHL updated the GEDCOM program to include more data. Bob and others will discuss the current GEDCOM program and its benefits and the latest 7.0 version.
Group Leader Info
Bob was a former systems engineer and certified instructor for Motorola Inc. He is currently our society’s Education Chair and Video-Web Committee Chair. He has been researching his genealogy for over 20 years.
If you want to know about how technology works with your genealogy research, join our monthly meetings! We are an interactive group as members tell about using their favorite technologies in their genealogy research.
Email Group Leader Bob Larson at Technology@lcgsco.org to join our monthly meetings!
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