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How do you document positive Ancestry matches?

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Re: How do you document positive Ancestry matches?

Posted: 4 Jan 2013 12:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have fallen a bit behind in keeping up with new results, but I have been using MS OneNote to keep track of my results. I cut and paste the shared surnames and 10 gen list to a page in OneNote and label the page with the name of the match. OneNote automatically hyperlinks to where it came from. I can make additional notes on the page and I tag pages where I have found a shared ancestor. The great thing is I can put a surname in the searchbar and find all the matches that have that surname... or all the matches that are tagged for a shared ancestor, etc. I'd never used OneNote before, but it's been my best tool for working with the dna results...
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rln3643 4 Jan 2013 2:38AM GMT 
scwbcm 4 Jan 2013 5:17AM GMT 
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