The InterneTree allows you to view box-style trees on the World Wide Web. It displays a tree of individuals with a single person (the primary individual) in the center, all of his or her ancestors to the right, and all of his or her descendants to the left. You can move through the tree, zoom in and out, choose a new primary individual and even view details about them. Details about specific features appear below.
Zooming In and Out
Zooming out allows you to "back up" and view more of the tree, albeit in less detail. Zooming in allows you to "move closer" to the tree and view a smaller portion of the tree in more detail. There are two ways to zoom in or out:
Note: In some trees, you may have to click on the tree with your mouse before using these key commands.
Selecting the Primary Individual
The Primary Individual appears in the center, and is the "focus," of the InterneTree. There are two methods for selecting the Primary Individual depending on when your tree was created:
How to Find Someone
To locate someone quickly, use the Find dialog box. It contains a list of everyone in the tree. Once you have opened the Find dialog box, simply click the name of the person you're looking for in the list and click the Okay button to make that person the center person of the display. There are two ways to bring up the Find dialog box:
How to View Details About Someone
The tree's boxes only display names, birth dates, and death dates, but often you will want to see more than that. You can use the Details dialog box to learn more about a particular individual. There are two ways to open the Details dialog box:
If the keystrokes do not work, click the tree with your mouse and then try the keystroke again.
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