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Aloha y'all. . .
I'm curious about building a family-tree structure in a horizontal fashion across a two-page spread.
I have all three Affinity flavors - so building it in Photo or Designer is no obstruction here.
My best notion to this point is to build a table, input the data as I  need... then go back and hide the unused lines and boxes to give it a more specifically-designed appearance... in that fashion, I use as many as I need as I go and won't need to design it in completed form before I start putting names into it... (IF that gibberish makes any sense to anyone else but me...LOL)
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Any hints or tips are welcomed... IF anyone needs more detailed information about what I'm specifically trying to do, I can supply that.
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Born on Maui Isle,
Home now, North Carolina;
Aloha y'all. . .

Edited by Erl_J
grammar and spelling

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"Born on Valley Isle,
Home now, North Carolina;
Aloha, y'all. . ."

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Affinity Photo
| Affinity Publisher | Affinity Designer
Razer Laptop, i7 2.80 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 64-bit:
WIN 10 Home, 1803; Build 17134.765

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Until that time. . . Erl_J

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