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  1. Is it possible to copy and paste charts in the Genealogies of the Bible module? I can't see any way to do this. The standard Command+C doesn't't work and is greyed out in the right click menu.
  2. I am having some difficulty with Genealogies of the Bible by Nancy Dawson. In her commentary she has some texts, but she also has several images of family trees. Since there are so many family members the text found on the images is very small. there is a + and - button, but when you press the + it just zooms into the tiny box and does not expand the image. I tried closing instant details and going into full screen, but no matter what I do it just zooms in and leaves two extremely wide white spaces on the right and the left while cutting off the text on the right and left. Is there a way to open the image to a new screen so that it expands similar to expanding the atlas or other images to full screen? In case it is helpful, I had been looking at the family tree in Genesis 38:1-12 called "Summary Genealogy of Judah (Lineage of Kings, Bethelehemites, Judges, Founders of Cities, Priests, Wise Men, Scribes)". Thank you for any help you are able to provide. Sincerely, Kristin
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