As I've mentioned on some other posts I'm in the middle of a project where I'm entering and correlating the contents of several genealogical books that cover several overlapping families, then matching that against electronic records using RootsMagic. I'm using the Publisher feature to both validate and clean up data. For example book A might have a intro chapter that covers the first few generations, then a chapter for each of the lines from the 3rd or 4th generation on. I will create a Publisher document that reproduces this format then generate a PDF to review the original book and the new document side by side.
In the process of this I see that my "older" entries from when I was using FTM or FTB as my main program the Census info is entered as Census fact. My "newer" entries where I've been using Treeshare bring the Census information in as a Residence fact. On the older census information it makes little difference because there is normally only a location anyway. The census transcriptions start around 1850 have a lot more useful information and sometime a street address.
What I've started doing is splitting the newer Residence(Census) facts into Census, Occupation, and Residence and having the same census source on all three. As you can guess this is very tedious, but it's the only way I can get the sentence text to work reasonably well.
I'm wondering how many people have been using the Publisher feature and how they are dealing with the Facts and Sentence Types.