Friday, November 12, 2010

How to Do Genealogy on Your Apple Computer: Free Program Saturday

At the the next meeting of the National Capital Apple MacIntosh Users Group on Saturday, November 13 from 10 AM to 12 Noon at the Cleveland Park Library there will be a discussion of the leading genealogy software for Macs.  Amy Wooden, of Bethesda's MacUpgrades will demonstrate Reunion, the premier genealogy software for the Mac, and compare it to other Mac family tree software.

Learn how genealogical software can help you organize, track, and share your family tree information.

The Cleveland Park Library is at Connecticut Avenue and Macomb Street, NW. The meeting, which will include a question and answer session and door prizes, is free. For more information visit the MacIntosh Users Group website.

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