* Fh instruction at Society of genaologists?

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Fh instruction at Society of genaologists?

Post by E Wilcock » 29 Jun 2019 13:13

Just wondering whether anyone on this forum has been to a talk by John Hanson?

And how to interpret the levels intermediate and advanced? For those of us who have been so carefully tutored by Mike and Jane.

Family Historian Software Practical for Intermediate Users (London)
In this half-day workshop, John Hanson provides practical help in exploring some of the more advanced features. The sessions assume that you are using version 6 of the software. They are designed specifically for UK users, both intermediate and advanced.

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Re: Fh instruction at Society of genaologists?

Post by David2416 » 29 Jun 2019 14:53

I went on the Beginners and Refreshers course at Society of Genealogists in 2017 just after I'd purchased Family Historian. It was run by Simon Orde who was standing in. Found it very useful. Even as an experienced programmer I found it useful. I certainly would consider the intermediate course.

What is your level of expertise?

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Re: Fh instruction at Society of genaologists?

Post by E Wilcock » 02 Jul 2019 12:52

For health reasons the speaker has been obliged to cancel this talk.

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