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The overwhelming majority of genealogists are using computers to assist with their genealogy. The fact that you are reading this column means that you are computer literate and that you probably use your computer for more than searching online databases and maintaining your research data in a genealogy software program. However, there are many simple chores that you may not be using your computer for that could assist your with your genealogical activities. I’d like to share ten genealogical activities that can be done with your computer.
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