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Open Process Loans window to process check out transactions:

  • Method 1: Open your library software, load Library database. On the Loans/Return menu, click Process Loans or Loan This Item command.
  • Method 2: On your computer desktop click on the Library Check In/Out icon. Library Check In/Out module allows your library operators to process loan/return transactions without launching library software. Your library databases are protected from unwanted modifications or deletions.



Process check out transactions manually:

  1. Enter the first 2-3 letters of the borrower's last name into Loaned To box, select the borrower from the list box.
  2. When the borrower is selected the window activates the item selection box. Enter the first 2-3 letters of the item's title into Loaned Item box, select the item from the list box.
  3. Click on the Loan command.
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Process check out transactions semi-manually

  1. Enter the borrower's barcode number into Borrower ID box. Do it quickly so the automatic search (selection) will not start in the middle of the entry. The borrower is selected.
  2. When the borrower is selected the window activates the Item Bar Code box. Enter the item barcode number. The item is selected.
  3. Click on the Loan command.
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Process check out transactions automatically with a barcode scanner.

  1. Scan the borrower's barcode number from the card. The borrower is selected.
  2. Scan the item barcode number from the item barcode label. The item is selected.
  3. Click on the Loan command.
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