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    Hi,
    We've just started our DEWHURST and variants surname project.
    At this point we're using the cookie cutter web page, but will change that in the future.

    Has anyone created templates in excel that they'd be willing to share with the public?

    Terry

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    Excel Templates

    We have used an Excel spreadsheet (not template) to display our results. Visit our web site at

    http://www2.netdoor.com/~sirmon/dna/dnaindex.html

    For DNA Documents, etc. scroll down lefthand frame. The results are also available in printable pdf format.

    Maureen Surman
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    UK Admin. Sirmon Project

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    • #3
      Excel templates

      Hi Maureen,

      I am quite impressed with your display of results and the design of the pages. I wonder if you would be so kind as to share some of your web tools and technology with us. We are now looking for building blocks for the new British Isles geographical project.

      Cheers,
      Roy Keys Co-admin

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tdew
        Hi,
        We've just started our DEWHURST and variants surname project.
        At this point we're using the cookie cutter web page, but will change that in the future.

        Has anyone created templates in excel that they'd be willing to share with the public?

        Terry
        Hi,

        Don't forget to take a look at McGee's Y-DNA Comparison Utility. It can generate HTML code from your FTDNA data which you can copy and paste with your web page editor.

        http://www.mymcgee.com/tools/yutility.html

        Victor

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