Talk:World Archives Project: Warwickshire, England, Occupational and Quarter Session Records – Hair Powder Certificates
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Two columns - how to key:
It seems to work best if you key all the way down the first column on the left, and then move to the second column on the right. If the parishes change in the middle of the page, you won't get them mixed up this way.