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Now What? How to Handle Large Computer Files
7/1/2010
Q: How does one handle computer files for a very large body of genealogical research? Should I create one giant database for all family lines or create separate databases for each line? 

A: There’s no hard-and-fast rule here, and the answer partly depends on the capacity and capabilities of your computer system.
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