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Locate PDF Research Outlines

Where can I find a pdf for Research Outlines on the beta.FamilySearch which are now available on Family Search.org
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  • The research guides are found on www.familysearch.org. Above the picture at the right upper part of the home page is the word " guides". Click on this for the research guideswhich you can print in the PDF format. Also, at the top of the page below the tree symbol to the upper left of the screen is a bar. The titled bar "research helps" is another resource for you.

    Another excellent help is www.wiki.familysearch.org. At this site put in the area of the world you are searching for in the search box. To the left hand side of the screen is the place title. Click on the place title and within this article are live internet links to more specific areas and time periods and specific records available for research.

    Hope this is helpful.
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  • Kathleen,
    Sorry to give a big explanation when you don't need it. In the Beta website, once you are under the area of the world you want to research, at the top of the screen is a "Learn" tab. When you click on this it takes you to wiki.familysearch.org. In the search box put in "research guides" and search. You will need to scroll through the listings for the one you want or you can be more specific in your search as "Argintena Research Guide".

    Once in the record under the "Learn More" wording on the right hand side, you have more information on the country.

    It appears that wiki.familysearch.org will the area for articles and internet links from the beta site.

    Have a great day!!
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