Our next seminar will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2010 from 9:00 am to Noon. Space is limited, sign up early.
Just drop by our Cedar City office, or call us at 435-586-1105 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you wish to attend the seminar. We will put you on our list for our next seminar date and will contact you with more information about the date and time.
The 3-hour seminar includes helpful hints and tips on:
Gathering Your Information
Writing Your History
Scanning Photos & Documents
Formatting Attractive Pages
Printing & Binding Options
The Best Software to Use
Ideas to Save You Money
and much more!
Writing and publishing a family history can seem like a daunting task. It really needn’t be. In fact, publishing a family history can be one of the most rewarding activities you will ever do. You’ll not only be saving an important piece of history, but you’ll be creating precious links between generations that bring families closer.
We want to help take the mystery out of the process of creating a family history. You’re probably not a professional writer, historian, or publisher. You may be worried about using a computer to write and format your history. You may not know how to scan your photos and documents to get the best results. No need to worry! This seminar will take some of the mystery out of these tasks. With a little help, you’ll see it isn’t as complicated as it may seem at first glance.
The purpose of this 3-hour seminar is to give you lots of helpful hints and tricks of the trade gleaned from our years of experience in printing family histories. These helps will make writing and publishing your family history much easier. We’ve designed the seminar for individuals of all skill and experience levels, so don’t worry, whether you’re a beginner or you’ve had some experience at the family history game, this seminar is for you. Best of all, it’s free! You’ll even take home a free 28-page guidebook on publishing your family history. Sign up today.
What You Will Find In The Guidebook
You will find lots of great information in this 28-page booklet including How to:
• Gather Your Information
• Write An Interesting History
• Scan Photos & Documents
• Format Attractive Pages
• Choose From Available Printing & Binding Options
• Pick the Best Software to Use
• Save Money on Your History
• and much more!