Supplemental Chapters to The Official Guide to Ancestry.com Now Available for Download

Guide to Acom.bmpThe Official Guide to Ancestry.com is becoming an indispensable reference for both beginners and serious Ancestry.com users. However, just like you, here at Ancestry.com, we are always looking to add more names to our family tree—as well as new features to help you find who you’re looking for. And this can make it tough to keep up with all the changes on the site.

To help keep you up-to-date in between editions of the Guide, we are making chapters on new developments available via free PDF download. The first installment includes two chapters from author and expert, George Morgan. (Click on the links to download the PDF files.)

  • Updates and Enhancements—Add audio and video to
    your family trees, get your DNA tested, preview search results, and check out new military records, all at Ancestry.com.
  • AncestryPress—Turn your research into professionally
    printed and bound keepsakes for your family with just a click-click here and a click-click there.

Two more chapters will be available in the next week or so. They will cover:

  • DNA—Unlock the genealogical secrets of your genes.
  • The Learning Center—It’s new, improved, bigger, and
    better than ever.

Click here to buy a copy of The Official Guide to Ancestry.com.

2 thoughts on “Supplemental Chapters to The Official Guide to Ancestry.com Now Available for Download

  1. BRAVO! A great use of technology. Now one can curl up with the book AND keep on top of the latest developments in .pdf format.

    See also my most recent blog entry that reads in part:

    [...]
    A VERY GOOD idea has come to light through the 24/7 Family History Circle blog at Ancestry.com.

    The idea is to provide “supplemental chapters” in .pdf format to hard copy books sold.

    THE SCENARIO
    One of “The Genealogy Guys”, George G. Morgan wrote The Official Guide to Ancestry.com, an essential resource if you’d like to get the most out of your Ancestry.com membership. George has a way of explaining things that make the process “doable” for his readers.

    But the trouble, in this day and age with printed text is that as technology advances, books become outdated.

    Ancestry has come up with a brilliant solution by publishing addendums in .pdf format.
    [...]

    FOR FURTHER READING
    Richley, Pat. “Ancestry.com: supplemental chapters in .pdf format”, DearMYRTLE’s Genealogy Blog. 16 March 2008.
    http://blog.dearmyrtle.com/2008/03/ancestrycom-supplemental-chapters-in.html

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