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How to index middle initials.

What to do if the name is too long to fit in the column.

How to index an age with a leading zero.


Do not include leading zeros in the county code field.

If the person's age is 100 or greater the program will not allow an A to be put in the Age Unit field. Mark that field blank.

When a Given Name is recorded as Z Z, the person was not given a name or the name is unknown. Mark the field blank.