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America 1900 Family Tree Builder

Macintosh version

Welcome to the Macintosh version download page. Follow these simple instructions to get your free copy of America 1900 Family Tree Builder.

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    The file size of America 1900 Family Tree Builder is 5.5 megabytes. Be prepared for a long download time if your connection to the Internet is slow.

    To run America 1900 Family Tree Builder, your Macintosh should be running OS version 7 or later, have at least 7 megabytes of free hard disk space, and 16 megabytes of RAM. The software will run on Power Macintoshes only.

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Installation Instructions
  1. If you haven't yet done so, download America 1900 Family Tree Builder.

  2. Find America 1900 Family Tree Builder on your computer. It will be located either on the Mac desktop or within the folder assigned by your browser to accept downloads. If you have trouble finding the file, use the "Find" command (under the File menu item). Search for "Family Tree Builder."

  3. AIf you can find a folder named "Family Tree Builder folder," open the folder. Open the Readme file for more information. Double-click "Family Tree Builder" to launch the application. If you can only find a file named "ftb.sea.hqx," you will need Stuffit Expander to unstuff the file

    America 1900 Family Tree Builder is a stand-alone application. Once it has been downloaded onto your computer, you will not need your Internet browser or even an Internet connection to run the application.

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