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Create PDF reports from databases,

Save to folders,

Print to existing or new PDF files,

Pdf file sizes are scalable,

Use PNG, PDF or JPG images for charts,

Print charts in portrait or landscape orientation,

Save charts to Adobe Illustrator,

You can choose from four chart types (TDR, TBR, TBT, LBR) and it allows you to organize and batch download.

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TreeDraw Viewer Tutorial

Version information

The current version is 2.30, it was released in June 29, 2016.

The last available version was v2.23.

See also


External links
SourceForge Page
TreeDraw Viewer Page
Download Page

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Software Product Summary:

The ultimate purpose of TreeDraw Viewer is to link TreeDraw Viewer and TreeDraw (v2 and later) so they work together. That’s what this article is for!

When you open TreeDraw Viewer you should see a window that looks like this:

TreeDraw Viewer on the left, TreeDraw on the right.

When you run the program it will ask you for a working directory for the database files. This is usually the same directory that TreeDraw Viewer is in. So if you run TreeDraw Viewer and you have TreeDraw open on your computer, it will ask you to save the TDR files. Then it will open TreeDraw and open a window that looks like this:

One window for TreeDraw Viewer, one window for TreeDraw

Every TreeDraw Viewer will open the same window. It will have the same menu bar and it will behave the same way.

The reason that you have the second window open, is so you can see the database content (e.g. TDR and GEDCOM files) in TreeDraw Viewer window. That way you can see the data that TreeDraw Viewer is working with.

The first time you run TreeDraw Viewer, it will ask you where the TreeDraw database directory is. You will use this default directory unless you tell it otherwise. But you can always re-configure the program to look for other files and folders.

To change the program’s default directory, open the configuration file. This is a.ini file that you can find on your computer under Program Files. It’s named TreeDrawViewer.ini.

Now you have to find the TreeDraw database directory. This is the directory where you have all of your genealogy programs that create.TDR files. For this example, the directory will be D:\CODE\GENEALOGY.

You can usually get the directory from where you installed the tree drawing software and if you have problems finding the program’s directory, you can always find it in the installation file. If it’s not in the installation file, then you can always type the name of the program on your computer’s search bar to find it.

Open the TreeDrawViewer.ini file on your computer, by either right clicking it and selecting “Open With TextPad”

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This tool allows to import and then print TDRs files produced with TreeDraw.

This tool works with one or more files generated from TreeDraw.

You can load only TDR files stored in the local computer, but it is also possible to browse the server, using the server’s IP or DNS name.

A quick start guide for the program is included, where you can learn how to run the program and export only the top level of the nodes (only the level 0 of the nodes).

TreeDraw Viewer User Guide:

First we need to select the Trees to draw, for doing this you need to locate the file with the name of the trees you want to draw, for example we will draw “Baker Family Tree” and “Zavodnik Family Tree”.

It is necessary to select the TDRs file that we want to read, after this, the files will appear in the treeviewer (see image below).

After this step you can open the TDR, and you can edit the data in the node, and also you can change the arrows direction, and edit the initial tree, for opening the file click on the plus sign (+) when it is outside the node and double click on it.

Click on the minus symbol (-) when it is outside the node to remove it.

After this step, you can save the file by clicking on the Save icon, or you can just close the files by clicking on the close button.

The last step is to export the file.

The file has to be stored in the local computer, but can also be stored in a remote server, using the machine’s IP or DNS name.

After clicking on the Export icon, there are three options for exporting the data:

Export to TreeDraw file – if you have both TDR files and the graphics files, you can use this option and choose the path where you will save the exported files.

Export to graphics file – this option can be useful if you want to export only the graphics files.

Export to PDF file – if you want to export the data to another program, so you can set the number of pages to export.

The exported file is located in your local computer at the folder treedraw.

TreeDraw Viewer Troubleshooting:

The files that we can choose are the TDR files stored in our computer, not from a remote computer

What’s New in the TreeDraw Viewer?

– allows uploading and printing of new and existing TDRs created with TreeDraw v2 or later;
– supports adding new TDRs with a built-in upload feature and also can be used to browse and download new TDRs from a Web site;
– allows exporting a TDR in GEDCOM V1 format;
– supports easy navigation through the TDRs using a built-in tree view tool.
TreeDraw Viewer Features:
– allows you to view and print TDRs created with TreeDraw;
– can be used as a library viewer to find and print any TDR;
– allows the tree view tool to be used to navigate the TDRs;
– includes an undo function;
– many printing enhancements include high-resolution printing and printing of TDRs and TDR layouts.

Version: 1.2

File Type: Advanced (compressed)
File Size: 26.91 MB

Date Created: 7/16/2002

Date Updated: 7/16/2002

Purpose: Graphical tool for viewing and printing TDRs created with TreeDraw v2 or later.

Programing Language: Macintosh Corel Draw x86-Unix

Copyright: The TreeDraw programmers

Contact: TreeDraw programmers:Tom Stevens ( email: )

Support Site:

Version: 1.3

File Type: Advanced (compressed)
File Size: 30.54 MB

Date Created: 10/16/2003

Date Updated: 10/16/2003

Purpose: Graphical tool for viewing and printing TDRs created with TreeDraw v2 or later.

Programing Language: Macintosh Corel Draw x86-Unix

Copyright: The TreeDraw programmers

Contact: TreeDraw programmers:Tom Stevens ( email: )

Support Site:

Version: 1.4

File Type: Advanced (compressed)
File Size: 30.38 MB

Date Created: 1/20/2004

Date Updated: 1/20/2004

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7 and above.
Processor: Intel Core i3.
Memory: 2 GB.
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 560 or AMD HD 7870 or newer.
DirectX: Version 9.0 or greater.
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card.
Hard Drive: 40 GB.
Additional: Full version of Autodesk 2014 software and Autodesk Plugin Fusion.
Minimum recommended:
OS: Windows 7

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