This is super easy! In the Family Tree Prints family tree maker app, if the name in any given cell is being displayed on more than one line, the app is recognizing the space between each name as a cue to go to the next line. Just replace the space between two parts of a name you'd like to remain on the same line with a ~ symbol. For example, if one of your ancestor's name is Peter Of Boveney Montague, it is probably currently being displayed as:
It would probably look much better as Peter~Of Boveney~Monague, which will appear as:
To make this adjustment:
1. Staying on the main "Chart" tab, click on the cell in your chart you would like to edit. This will pull all the pertinent information into the sidebar panel of the family tree maker in an editable form.
2. Click on the text box displaying the name and add ~ symbols between names you would like to keep on the same line and voila!
- Here are some more tips for making longs name fit well.
- If you've got this question, that probably means that, whether you're aware of it or not, the generation you're looking at is displaying all of its information in either "Horizontal Multiline" or "Vertical Multiline". If you'd like to see the date as well as the name, you'll want to edit how information is displayed on the Generations tab.