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Originally Posted by dbuelke View Post
My sister dropped off an old Mac Book 180 with our family genealogy that she started developing on a program called Reunion 3.0. She started 15 years ago and then dropped the project a decade ago, leaving the data on 3" disks. Is there a way to off-load this information into a current compatible genealogy program so that I won't have to start from all the paper records again?
I'm not that into genealogy, but I did look into it a few years back. There are a couple of what looked to me to be fairly good Mac programs, and at least one of those (I think it may have been Family Tree--on my iPad so no way to check right now) had a fairly active forum.
That would probably be an excellent place to get answer because they should know details on the record standards the programs use and read.

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