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Splitting a family tree into sub-trees

This video shows you how to split a large family tree to free up some space on your pedigree layout without losing the parent-child hierarchy. With only two mouse clicks, you can move an entire branch to another tree (GenoMap).

GenoPro takes care of the rest, by creating the necessary hyperlinks to connect the trees.  The benefits of supporting multiple sub trees cannot be understated, as it is the cornerstone of scaling large family trees containing tens of thousands of individuals.  Without the ability to split a large tree into smaller sub-trees, it becomes very difficult to organize information or to create layouts suitable for printing.

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