Will TreeView run on Windows 10?
Yes, TreeView will run on Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista.
Can I import my data from another program into TreeView?
Yes, you can export your data as a GEDCOM file from your other program, and you can then import this into TreeView by going to 'File' then clicking on 'Import GEDCOM'.
Is there a limit on the size of the chart?
No, there is no limit in the program on the size of the chart you can create. However you may be restricted by the amount of memory on your computer, as very large charts may take a large amount of memory to generate.
Can I print the Tree Views/charts/reports?
Problems installing the program on a Mac
Please make sure you have put the disc titled 'Installation Disk' into your CD drive, rather than the other disc containing data. You should then be able to browse to the fsCommand folder and double-click on the 'TreeViewV1x64.dmg' file. This should install the program for you.
Incompatibility with Windows High Contrast Theme
TreeView isn't compatible when using the High Contract Theme in Windows. You can turn this off by following these steps:
1. Click the Windows logo to open the start menu
2. Type 'high' in the search box and click 'High contrast settings' in the result.
3. On the Window that loads, Under the heading 'High contrast' there's another heading 'Choose a theme' with a drop down box, on the drop down box select 'None'
4. Click 'Apply'
5. Try TreeView again
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