I have received a lot of questions in the last couple of weeks as to where to find information on Legacy Family Tree. Below are a few:
Start with the homepage - http://legacyfamilytree.com/
There are a number of great training videos available at http://legacyfamilytree.com/Videos.asp, some are free, most require the purchase of the CD's. I have found them well worth the price. (A secret – attend one of the webinars and these are often given away as door prizes and offer a 10% - 20% discount at the Legacy store.)
Speaking of webinars, checkout the Legacy webinars at http://familytreewebinars.com/, these are great and all are free if you register and attend during the actual presentation. Quite a few of them remain free, while most require a Webinar subscription, $49.95 annual or $9.95 monthly. Nice to be able to watch whenever you want to.
Overall information on how to use Legacy can be found at http://legacyfamilytree.com/Learn2UseLegacy.asp.
The support page, http://support.legacyfamilytree.com/, offers a large number of categories to chose from:
Legacy News is also a good place to keep an eye on, check http://news.legacyfamilytree.com/
Legacy also has its own Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/LegacyFamilyTree/
However, the best kept secret, and what I find to be a great resource for up-to-date information and fantastic assistance, is the Legacy User Group Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/groups/LegacyUserGroup/
Of course, don't forget about your local Legacy User Group, a list of them can be found at http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/UsersGroups.asp.
Here in Mesa, we meet every second Thursday, at 6pm to 8pm (or whenever), at the LDS Chapel, 1415 E.Southern Ave. To get on our contact list send me an email and we will put you in the loop.