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== How do I merge two Places into a single Place? ==
 
== How do I merge two Places into a single Place? ==
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GRAMPS provides a merge utility that will allow you to combine two identical places into a single place.
 
GRAMPS provides a merge utility that will allow you to combine two identical places into a single place.
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# Switch to the Place View.
 
# Switch to the Place View.
 
# Select the first Place by clicking on it.
 
# Select the first Place by clicking on it.
# Select the second Place by holding down the Control key while clicking on it. This will select two places.
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# Select the second Place by holding down the {{man button|Control}} key while clicking on it. This will select two places.
# Select Merge menu item from the Edit Menu.
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# Select {{man label|Merge}} menu item from the {{man label|Edit}} Menu.
  
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Once you have done this, you will be presented with a form that will allow you to choose the name of the merged place.
  
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Clicking on {{man button|OK}} will complete the operation.
  
Once you have done this, you will be presented with a form that will allow you to choose the name of the merged place. Clicking on OK will complete the operation.
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How do I merge two Places into a single Place?

Merging places 1

GRAMPS provides a merge utility that will allow you to combine two identical places into a single place.

The process is fairly simple:

  1. Switch to the Place View.
  2. Select the first Place by clicking on it.
  3. Select the second Place by holding down the Control key while clicking on it. This will select two places.
  4. Select Merge menu item from the Edit Menu.
Merging places 2

Once you have done this, you will be presented with a form that will allow you to choose the name of the merged place.

Clicking on OK will complete the operation.