Chart Styles

There are many ways to orient your chart and combine different charts together to creat exactly what you want to display.   Browse the diagrams below to get some ideas!

Ancestor Box ChartAncestor Box Chart up Ancestor Box Chart LR Ancestor Box Chart RLAncestors and descendents Ancestors plus siblings  Bow Tie with descendentsHour Glass Descendent Box Chart LRDescendent Box Charts US vs UKAncestor Chart plus image as background Fan Chart 180 degrees Fan Chart  Ancestor Pedigree

4 thoughts on “Chart Styles

  1. Iain Nixon

    Hi,

    I have a very large family tree with many generations that I do want to capture and want to know if you can print on a continuous roll of paper to be able to print it.

    I looking at around 70 generations on some family lines

    Reply
    1. barb2e Post author

      Hi Iain
      Yes I can print up to 18 metres on a continuous roll. I am limited to A1 width though which is 60 cm.
      Cheers
      Barb

      Reply
  2. Sally Goodwin

    Hi.
    Just wondering if you print from ancestry? I have around 530 people on my tree and I would like them all printed.
    Can that be done?
    How much would that cost?

    Reply
    1. barb2e Post author

      Hi Sally
      I can’t print directly from Ancestry but if you download a gedcom file from Ancestry I can work from that. Trees can be printed as either descendants from one person or ancestors from one person. They can be patched together to some extent but printing everyone you have in your Ancestry file might involve several different trees. Cost would depend on how many different trees you would want. Cheers Barb

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