Displays a standard Open File dialog so you can choose one or more GEDCOMs to add to any files that are already open. Then the combined result is displayed in the Everything Report. You select the files to add with an Open File Dialog.
Export's the current Everything Report into different formats:
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is for viewing in a web browser (like Internet Explorer or Firefox) and can be put up on a website. See: HTML Export.
RTF (Rich Text Format) is a word processor format that can be loaded into WordPad, Microsoft Word and similar programs and can then be further edited and saved from that package if you would like. See: RTF Export.
The entire Everything Report is exported as a single file that will look almost identical to way it looks in Behold.
After the file is exported, Behold will ask you if you want to view the file:
If you say yes, then for an HTML export, the file will open in your default web browser. For an RTF export, it will open in your default Rich Text Format handler (which will be Microsoft Word if you have that installed).
Note: Some genealogy data files can be quite large. A large file exported to HTML or RTF will also be large. Your web browser or RTF reader may have trouble reading such a large file.
Lets you select the default language translation file that Behold should use. This will allow you to display the Everything report in any language you choose. See Default Language Window. You can also make your own translation files.