Talk:FamilySearch Indexing: US, California—Great (Voting) Registers, 1866–1910, Additional Helps

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Do we index names that have been crossed out in black ink (some of them are unreadable some are readable with effort) - You do not mention if the information was replaced so here are guidelines.

When information is crossed out and the clerk wrote replacement data, type the new data into the appropriate fields.

When information is crossed out and not replaced but you can read what was crossed out, type in the crossed-out information.

When the information is crossed out, not replaced, and cannot be read, mark the field as <Unreadable> by pressing Ctrl+U.

When every entry on a record cannot be read, mark the entire record as <Unreadable> by pressing Ctrl+Shift+U.

(Of course, if the information can be partially indexed, please do so.)