FamilySearch Indexing: US Veterans Pension Cards, 1907-1933, FAQ

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Q:  I have an image that shows one history and one ledger. The next image shows the opposite side for both. I cannot mark only one record as "no extractable data" because the indexing program automatically assumes that the entire image is "no extractable data" instead of the record. How shall I index the half-image that has no extractable data, as blank?  
 
Q:  I have an image that shows one history and one ledger. The next image shows the opposite side for both. I cannot mark only one record as "no extractable data" because the indexing program automatically assumes that the entire image is "no extractable data" instead of the record. How shall I index the half-image that has no extractable data, as blank?  
  
A: The instructions direct us to mark the image as "normal", then mark the ledger record as "blank". Index the history record as per field helps.
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A: The instructions direct us to mark the image as "normal", then mark the ledger record as "blank". Index the history record as per field helps.  
  
 
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Q:  What happened to the slide show presentation?  I can not find it now.

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Q:  I have an image that shows one history and one ledger. The next image shows the opposite side for both. I cannot mark only one record as "no extractable data" because the indexing program automatically assumes that the entire image is "no extractable data" instead of the record. How shall I index the half-image that has no extractable data, as blank?

A: The instructions direct us to mark the image as "normal", then mark the ledger record as "blank". Index the history record as per field helps.



Q:  What happened to the slide show presentation?  I can not find it now.