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Default template for a family tree.

Looking for a simple blank template for a family tree.
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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/re...ry=family+tree

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Default template for a family tree.

You have to wonder why "Family tree" is the fifth hit on that page!
Moreover, it's for Excel. But you can do just the same thing with a table in
Word. FWIW, all the ancestry charts of this type that I've ever seen start
with the single descendant on the left side and the ancestors branching out
to the right.

I'm wondering if the "My Family Book" template for Word includes family tree
charts. It would be helpful if the template preview showed more than one
page.

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