Downloading a GED file from Wikitree, then uploading to another site

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I requested a GED for download to my computer & later upload to GENEANET.  It took some time because it had over 500 individuals.  I later received an email with a link to the GED file.  When I clicked on the link, http://www.wikitree.com/gedcoms/3039317-583239.ged, it took me to a link with a complete text of the file.  I would think that 3039317-583239.ged is the file I need, but how do I get to it? 

WikiTree profile: Kermit Paul Soileau
asked in WikiTree Tech by Kermit Paul Soileau G2G1 (1.2k points)
edited by Chris Whitten

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If you're using Windows or Linux, right click on the link and click Save Link As... That will let you save the GEDCOM to your computer rather than opening it in your web browser.

If you're a Mac user then I'm not sure what the equivalent would be but I imagine it's pretty similar.
answered by Lianne Lavoie G2G6 Pilot (418k points)

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