If you enjoy building your family tree and sharing it with others, you'll appreciate GreatFamily. The tree-building portion can be a bit awkward. You can connect people to their spouses or either parent, but there's no sibling or child link. The marriage link offers a Divorce variable, but not a Widowed one, and you can enter the date for only one end point (wedding or divorce).
Nonetheless, with a little assistance from the Help file, you can knock out a tree with records for your entire family. Each person's record can contain biographical data, such as date and place of birth and death. You can annotate further with pictures, occupations, and the source of the information. You even can import standard GEDCOM (GD3) or GenDesigner files.
However, it's page-building where GreatFamily shines. The Reports menu lets you format your tree as a clean Flash page with pop-up information or an attractive set of framed HTML files. You also can create Word 2000 or text reports through that menu, or export the whole thing as a GEDCOM file. All this takes little time and few system resources. Genealogists and families who want to share their tree can benefit from GreatFamily.
Graphically design your family tree and generate Web pages in a snap. This program approaches family-tree making from the user's point of view.
Freely design your family tree using nothing but the mouse. Navigate, zoom, and get the complete image of your family tree. You can create image galleries for each person or family in your tree. Share the tree with your friends and family. You also can easily create your family chronicle using the Microsoft Word report generator. You can print the tree or any part of the tree exactly as you designed it, as big or as small as you like.