My intention is to have only one tree in my database, however when I do a "Tools>Count Trees" I appear to have about a dozen "one-person" trees in addition to my primary tree, each of which contain a (wanted) member of my primary tree.
My question is, can I delete these unwanted "one-person trees" without deleting the person from my primary tree?
BTW I'm not too sure how these additional trees came about. Any suggestions?
Thanks Tom. I haven't used RM5 for a long time and getting back into it, and understanding what I'd done in the past, is a bit of a challenge in parts, but your method 2 above worked a treat. I've taken a quick look at your wiki site and it also looks very useful for me in the near future. So thanks again!
As per the topic title, I have several hundred media files some of which are attached to two (or three) RM5 databases. I'd like to print out a list of file names /captions so that I can see which files are duplicated. Is this possible? Or is there a way of extracting this information from the underlying database at a lower level?