Gramps 3.3 Wiki Manual

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This is the wiki manual for Gramps version 3.3. All users are encouraged to edit this manual to help improve its readability and usability.

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Abstract

The Gramps Manual details all aspects of the Gramps software application.

Table of Contents

Preface
Why use Gramps?
Typographical conventions
  1. What's new?
  2. Getting started
  3. Main Window
    1. Introduction
    2. The different Categories
    3. Switching Views and Viewing Modes
    4. Gramplets Category
    5. People Category
    6. Relationships Category
    7. Families Category
    8. Ancestry Category
    9. Events Category
    10. Sources Category
    11. Places Category
    12. Geography Category
    13. Media Category
    14. Repositories Category
    15. Notes Category
  4. Manage Family Trees
    1. Starting a new Family Tree
    2. Opening a Family Tree
    3. Opening a GEDCOM or XML database
    4. Deleting a Family Tree
    5. Renaming a Family Tree
    6. Backing up a Family Tree
      1. Backup dialog
    7. Archiving a Family Tree
    8. Extracting a Family Tree Archive
    9. Unlocking a Family Tree
    10. Repairing a damaged Family Tree
    11. Saving changes to your Family Tree
    12. Importing data
    13. Exporting data
      1. Filters and privacy
      2. Export into Gramps formats
      3. Exporting into the GEDCOM format
      4. Export into other formats
    14. Moving a Gramps 2.2 databases to Gramps 3.x
  5. Entering and editing data: brief
    1. Introduction
    2. To add or edit a person
    3. To specify a relationship
    4. To specify parents
    5. To specify children
    6. Adding photos and other media objects
    7. To edit events, sources, places, and repositories
  6. Entering and editing data: detailed
    1. Entering and editing data: detailed - part 1
    2. Entering and editing data: detailed - part 2
    3. Entering and editing data: detailed - part 3
  7. Navigation
    1. Using the People View
    2. Using the Family View
    3. Using the Pedigree View
    4. Setting the Home Person
    5. Using history-based tools
    6. Bookmarks
    7. Finding records
    8. Using the Clipboard
    9. Windows Manager
    10. Tagging
  8. Plugin Manager
  9. Gramplets
    1. Welcome Gramplet
    2. Top Surnames Gramplet
    3. Surname Cloud Gramplet
    4. TODO Gramplet
    5. Statistics Gramplet
    6. Python Gramplet
    7. News Gramplet
    8. Session Log Gramplet
    9. Calendar Gramplet
    10. Relatives Gramplet
  10. Reports
    1. Introduction
    2. Books
    3. Graphical Reports
      1. Ancestor Tree
      2. Calendar
      3. Descendant Tree
      4. Fan Chart
      5. Statistics Chart
      6. TimelineChart
    4. Graphs
      1. Family Lines Graph
      2. Hourglass Graph
      3. Relationship Graph
    5. Text Reports
      1. Ahnentafel Report
      2. Birthday and Anniversary Report
      3. Complete Individual Report
      4. Descendant Report
      5. Detailed Ancestral Report
      6. Detailed Descendant Report
      7. End of Line Report
      8. Family Group Report
      9. Kinship Report
      10. Marker Report
    6. Web Pages
      1. Narrated Web Site
      2. Web Calendar
  11. Tools
    1. Analysis and Exploration
      1. Compare Individual Events
      2. Interactive Descendant Browser
    2. Database Processing
      1. Database Owner Information
      2. Extract Information from Names
      3. Extract Place Data from a Place Title
      4. Extract Event Descriptions from Event Data
      5. Find Possible Duplicate People...
      6. Fix Capitalization of Family Names...
      7. Rename Event Types
      8. Reorder GRAMPS ID
      9. Sort_Events
    3. Database Repair
      1. Check and repair database
      2. Rebuild Reference Maps
      3. Rebuild Secondary Indices
      4. Remove Unused Objects...
    4. Utilities
      1. Generate SoundEx codes
      2. Media Manager...
      3. Not Related
      4. Relationship calculator
      5. Verify the Data
  12. Settings
    1. Preferences
    2. Name Format Editor
    3. Other settings
    4. Advanced manipulation of settings
  13. Filters
    1. General filters
    2. Event filters
    3. Family filters
    4. Ancestral filters
    5. Descendant filters
    6. Relationship filters
    7. Miscellaneous filters
see also Tagging
Appendix A: Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix B: Keybindings reference
Appendix C: Command line reference
Available options
Format options
Opening options
Import options
Export options
Action options
List options
Operation
Examples
Environment variables
Appendix D: About Gramps
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