TreeDraw enhances family trees imported into the program from "Kith and Kin Pro" databases or from GEDCOM files produced by other genealogy programs. Once you import your family tree data into TreeDraw, you can add text, photos, and graphics to the file or combine family trees.
TreeDraw's interface is easy to navigate and use. The Help file automatically launches the first time you open the program. It offers tutorials on getting started with TreeDraw as well as a PDF version of the user manual. TreeDraw is a great application for genealogy buffs who have family data saved in "Kith and Kin Pro" or GEDCOM databases. People who are just getting started with computer-based genealogy won't be able to get anywhere with the program unless they purchase or have access to a program that can save their family data in one of these formats. TreeDraw has features that "Kith and Kin Pro" users will appreciate. The ability to add notes, graphics, and text to family trees is especially handy. With these options, you can add photographs of family members and expanded details that won't fit into the standard tree layout. TreeDraw's Export option saves files in PDF format, too, so you can easily print and back up your data.
This is a 30-day trial version of TreeDraw. It installs and uninstalls without complications. Full functionality requires access to "Kith and Kin Pro" databases or GEDCOM files. If you're a researcher, historian, family archivist, or genealogy buff, TreeDraw is worth exploring.
TreeDraw produce family tree drop-line charts from existing data stored in Kith and Kin Pro V2 or other GEDCOM-capable genealogy programs. Once imported you can rearrange your chart, add pictures, graphics and extra text, combine multiple trees in the same chart. Options allow you to control which data to import and how it is laid out.
What's new in this version:
Version 4.1.1 is a bug fixing release.