You could do it in OO's spreadsheet after a CSV export. That's powerful, but not entirely user-friendly.  There are numerous special reports one could think of.  A particular one that I'd like, is a list of individuals who are associated with a particular place.

Martin

On Sat, Jul 26, 2008 at 2:54 PM, Allan Topp <atopp@ncf.ca> wrote:
I would like to extract a list (and, whether directly or by copying and
pasting, put it into an OO or txt file) of the various place names in my
GRAMPS database.

I would also like to extract the names and, when they exist, dates of
birth, marriage and death of folks with a specified surname. And also
put that into an OO or txt file.

Can anyone tell me how?

Appreciate any help.

Allan


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