Since you posted your question in this, the Family Tree Builder forum, I replied with suggestions about the FTB program. But your further reponses seem related to your browser's access to the Online Family Tree Site. To get a better response about those problems you should post your questions in that forum.
After You entered both at their corresponding family (as a child to their parents), click on one of them with the right mouse button. On the drop down menu You can see Spouses.
Move the mouse over this and You can see the Attach Spouse action. By clicking on it and if there is already a spouse there, You will see a warning message.
After clicking OK or there is no spouses there, a window will open Attach Existing Spouse .., where You can serach the other cousin by name. Select the one ifrom the list an click on Select.
If this second cousin has already another spouse defined, You will see a warning message again.
After this (with or without the warning message) You will see a form with both cousins as Husband & Wife data part and the Marriage data part. In this form You can enter more infos about their marriage or other partnership, like data, locations, children, etc.
The date format is Month.Day.Year but if the moth number is greater than 12 it recognize it as day.month.year.
Since it is an international tool it a pitty that we can not set the date format of our choice that match our national preferences. The only way to be sure that the date is right is to type it in as 4 jan 1950. I would prefer it as 1950-01-04 so it will be sortable in reports. Excel does not handle dates before 1900.
In FTB, Tools menu, I ran the "Check for Duplicates" report. I then chose to save the file (it saved as a .cvs file). The saved file will not open correctly in Excel - does FTB .cvs files only open in certain versions of Excel?
Also, how do I use this report to find and remove or merge people that are duplicates?
A CSV file is a text file. Excel (any version) can open this types of files, but every row of a CSV file will put in 1 cell in 1 row of an Excel sheet.
if You want to use a CSV file with Excel, You should import it to an empty sheet. Use the menu (Excel 2007) Data .. Get External Data .. From Text. Select the CSV file, click Import, select the Delimited file type, click Next, deselect Delimiters Tab, select Delimiters Comma and click Finish.
Now You have an Excel sheet. It needs a little bit cosmetic cell moving, because of the characteristic of a CSV file, Excel has some problems to handle multiline entries to put into the correct cell under the corresponding ones.
The second question about how to handle duplicates is manual work.
First Ignore all entries that are really differnet persons. The other ones You can now check/complete the infos inside the persons card (click on the blue link (on the left or right person).
To fix connections / remove unused persons etc. You must close the report (saving the CSV file first) and climb Your tree.
Every time I try to minimize the Family Tree Builder, I get a message "the user's guide has been updated recentl on the MyHeritage.com Website" "Download the updated user guide to your computer for quick access (recommended)? I have selected yes many times, and I have selected no many times but the message still appears. This needs to be fixed. Thank you. Kathy.
I have the same problem. The check box about the user guide is too close to the 'mimimise' box.
I hover over the 'close' box, move gently and carefully left over the double-square symbol ('Restore Down') box, keep moving 'til you are (JUST) over the minimise box. If you go just a bit too far you get the symbol for the manual.
I have two versions of the same tree on my site; one that has photos (and duplicate entries of people) and one that has no photos and no duplicates (thanks to Ancestry's program). Is there a way to move the photos from one tree to the other?