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Many commonly asked questions, such as indexing crossed out information, have already been answered in the [https://help.familysearch.org/publishing/347/102817_f.SAL_Public.html Basic indexing instructions].  
 
Many commonly asked questions, such as indexing crossed out information, have already been answered in the [https://help.familysearch.org/publishing/347/102817_f.SAL_Public.html Basic indexing instructions].  
  
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The pages in&nbsp;Adobe presentations&nbsp;can be rotated by selecting View from the menu and then using the rotate features.<br>
 
  
Two numbers on top of marriage documents&nbsp;- Please follow the field helps for this project.&nbsp; Index the page number.  
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Two numbers on top of marriage documents&nbsp;- Please follow the field helps for this project.&nbsp; Index the page number. &lt;/fck:hr&gt;
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&nbsp; License cover pages (Minnesota and Tennessee).&nbsp; Sometimes they state: "Recorded on Mo/Day/Yr, Book _______, Page ________.
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&nbsp; License cover pages (Minnesota and Tennessee).&nbsp; Sometimes they state: "Recorded on Mo/Day/Yr, Book _______, Page ________.  
  
 
There is no entry on the form for the book - should this page number be indexed?
 
There is no entry on the form for the book - should this page number be indexed?

Revision as of 16:12, 2 November 2011

Help us improve the indexing and arbitration of this project. Click the Edit This Page button to make suggestions. Messages will be removed after careful review by support and any updates will be posted to the Project Updates page.

Many commonly asked questions, such as indexing crossed out information, have already been answered in the Basic indexing instructions.


Two numbers on top of marriage documents - Please follow the field helps for this project.  Index the page number. </fck:hr>

  License cover pages (Minnesota and Tennessee).  Sometimes they state: "Recorded on Mo/Day/Yr, Book _______, Page ________.

There is no entry on the form for the book - should this page number be indexed?