GEDxlate

by RKS Consulting Services (Rick Seelhoff)
Translates genealogy data from standard GEDCOM format into MS Access (*.mdb), MS Excel (*.xls), comma delimited (*.csv), and text file (*.txt) formats.

Free • Windows • Utility
http://www.gedmagic.com/GEDxlate.htm
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GEDxlate Review by Örjan,  Mar 26, 2015

1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5

Doesn’t install properly in Win8…

GEDxlate Review by Richard S,  Jul 13, 2014

1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5

It installed on my Windows 7 machine but would not run. It is missing an “.ocx” file.

Biggest Pro: ?
Biggest Con: Doesn’t work in Windows 7

GEDxlate Review by kathy,  Oct 13, 2013

2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5

Did not work, states I am missing a file.

GEDxlate Review by wickedgood,  Aug 22, 2013

Not Rated

From a Gedcom file I’m looking to create an Access file so I can list people that have lived in my hometown. I want to select birth, marriage and death dates and places along with spouse’s name and an additional field.

I’ve used GEDlate with success, BUT I can only get first/last name and birth/death dates/places. Am I doing something wrong?

Biggest Pro: Works like a charm as far as it goes
Biggest Con: Can’t select more fields

GEDxlate Review by Theresa,  Jun 26, 2013

Not Rated

Last updated in 2009. Won’t install on WIN7.

GEDxlate Review by Colin,  Jan 7, 2013

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Does exactly what it says.

I use Family Historian for my One-Name Study. I take the Gedcom file from it and process it through GEDxlate to create a CSV file of some of the data which I then display as a table on my website.

It just works, has an easy to use interface and best of all it is free. If you need to get a Gedcom file into another format this is the programme to use.

GEDxlate Review by Tom Alciere,  Dec 3, 2008

Not Rated

I tried it on some GEDCOM files with success, but on a larger GEDCOM file, the overflow error kept repeating it, and I’ll have to use Task Manager to shut down the program. After solving the size limit on GEDCOM files, the next step is to let the user stage a stack of GEDCOMs and hit GO and walk away, returning the next day, having the machine do one GEDCOM after another without an attendant. Another enhancement would be to allow the user to add fields such as the URL of the source file and the title such as “East Dakota Marriages 1889-1903″