Since military pages don’t transfer from trees to a MyCanvas book, you’ll have to create a military page manually. This is because your family trees in Ancestry are in portrait, where the books are landscape. Luckily, we’ve made this easy to do yourself with a couple of options.
You’ve created your Family History Project from your Ancestry.com tree, but it has so many pages and the cost is more than you expected. I had the same experience when I created my first album. Here’s why you have so many pages and how to address it.
Whether it’s your first MyCanvas book or your fifth, you may find that you’ll need to copy and paste elements over to a new project. You don’t want to waste precious time copying and pasting each photo or item. Nor do you want to spend hours re-entering all your hard work. Here’s how to copy and paste several items at once between MyCanvas pages or separate projects, saving you time and hassle.
Creating a MyCanvas family history book means making a beautiful heirloom that will be cherished for generations to come. If you are new to the process, beginning the journey can seem intimidating. How do you get started? What stories should you include? How do you find the time?