|JOHNSON COUNTY IAGenWeb Project|
05 Sep 2010
IAGenWeb Obituary Page
Open the obituary in Word Document, or whatever word processing
application is on your computer.
If you have a Spell Check feature, look for typos that may have been made
2. If you have a Spell Check feature, look for typos that may have been made in transcribing.
High light the complete text of the obituary.
Click EDIT “COPY” or Control “C”
5. Open the website: http://iagenweb.org/johnson/
Click on “Obituaries” to open the Obituary page.
Scroll down to “Post an Obituary”
Enter your name and e-mail address.
Enter the deceased’s name and the birth year and death year.
In the next block, enter all of the surnames that are listed in the
obituary. List the deceased surname first and then list other surnames
such as the mother’s surname, and all other surnames that appear in the
obituary. List these names with
only the first letter capitalized. (Hope,
Jones, Smith, etc)
Next, click with the mouse to place the cursor in the large text block.
Now click EDIT
“PASTE” or Control “V” to paste the obituary into the text block.
(As an option, type the obituary directly into the text block)
Scroll down to “Preview Obituary” and proof read the obituary.
If everything is satisfactory, scroll down and enter the letters "zg" in the verification block. Then click “Post
If changes are needed, do not type the letters "zg" but scroll to the block where the text of the obituary
was entered and make the required changes or additions.
Then click “Preview Obituary “ again. Next add the letters "zg" and click “Post
Obituary” to complete posting of the obituary.
added instructions were prepared by Harvey W. Henry of Johnson County
If there are questions about this procedure or if you should find an error or omission after posting the obituary contact the Webmaster.