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  2. Virginia, Thanks for checking here for help with saving a timeline for offline use. The best solution available right now is to save the web page to the thumb drive directly from within your web browser. Most browsers have a "Save Page" feature that will save the main HTML page along with the additional files (e.g., styles, images, etc.) to a folder. To view the page later, you open the saved file that has a .html file extension. The below web page has instructions for saving a web page using the Chrome web browser: How to Save Web Pages in Google Chrome I hope this helps you save a copy of your daughter's timelines to the thumb drives. We plan to make this easier in the future by adding a "Save Timeline to PDF" feature. Thanks, Panda Timelines Support
  3. My daughters made timelines as an assignment for their History class. I need to somehow save them to a thumb drive portfolio. Is there a way to do that? If not, I guess we could just print them out, but I'm trying to avoid that if possible. Thanks, Virginia
  4. John, Thanks for contacting us. With Panda Timelines you can create a timeline that includes both historical and ancestry events. After registering a free account, go to the "My TImelines" page and then choose "Create a Standard TImeline" to get started. A standard timeline supports dates between January 1, 0001 and December 31, 9999. As you add timeline events, they will automatically display in the proper date order in the timeline. You mentioned that you are creating a family history book. Is this an online book or physical printed book? Thanks, -DougO
  5. Want to create a timeline that includes world historical events and key ancestry dates for a family history book. jn
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