if this is an indexing question - please post to the Index Chat
To get a clearer picture of the issue in your particular image, we'd need to see it. You can share your batch by clicking on the rectangle with an arrow (in the toolbar) and copy one of those boxes and paste it here.
Here is the info So, if only a street address is given before this and the person died in; let's say Milwaukee, Wisconsin; do we leave the City and State fields blank or fill them in with "Milwaukee" and "Wisconsin", respectively.
Please share your batch code as Barbara has requested. Doing this will enable members of the group to provide the best possible answer.
If you do not share your batch the best advice that I can give you until you do is to suggest that you read the Project Instructions and Field Help for the project. To open the Project Instructions click the rightmost icon on the horizontal toolbar. Be sure to read the second and third sections by clicking on the section titles. Pay particular attention to the second section, What to Remember about This Project. To open the Field Help click the purple circle above the right end of the active field.
Without being able to see your batch it is difficult to provide a more specific answer.
When asking a question in this group, as a courtesy to those who will read it, I like to share the name of the project that prompted the question as well as the batch information.
One of the easiest ways to do both is to copy the project name with the batch code (the 8 characters inside the square brackets at the right end of the project name) and paste that into the message. When the batch is open in the indexing tool, the project name and batch code are found in the center of the indexing tool menu line; when the batch is closed, the project name and batch code are found in the My Batches area of your Web Indexing page.
Even though it is more work for me, I also like to make the full batch name into a link to the batch I am sharing. Doing this makes it easier for others to help me because in addition to allowing them to see which project I am asking about without opening the batch, it provides a way to quickly open the batch by clicking the link.
Here are the steps to create a link in this way:
1. Copy the full batch name from the heading line of the Indexing Tool or from the My Batches area of your Web Indexing page.
2. Paste the full batch name into your message, then select the text that you pasted (press Shift and click the first letter of the project name)
3. Switch to the indexing tool tab and copy the URL (located in the browser address field)
4. Switch to the tab with the message and click the link tool icon (third from the right in the toolbar below the message box)
5. Select the partial URL that is already in the Link URL box (W-PC: Ctrl-A, Mac: Cmd-A)
6. Paste your batch’s URL into the Link URL box (W-PC: Ctrl-V, Mac: Cmd-V)
7. Click the Save button.