Modify data. In this sample we modify call numbers for some randomly selected records (CALL data field in the copy section).
Question: If I need to print just a few labels (either a spine label or barcode label) how do I select just the few items I need printed without printing the whole database?
Answer: This sample explains how to use PRINT flag. Please review other topics that show how to use Advanced Search: How to print library new items?
Regarding multi-volume sets: the ideal would be to have a button that would generate for instance, v.1, v.2, etc. for a given main title.
All the other information would be the same regarding title, author, and physical description.
The spine label would have the call number plus a v. number. It might look like this:
The vol. entries already in my database were ones I used to print the spine label with the different volume numbers. It is VERY cumbersome and time consuming. I have not tried the fix you suggested but will do it to see if that is any better. In other programs that I have used there was a way to use the base record where it would print a label for each different vol. number. I could put in for instance, v. 1-9 and it would print those labels properly.
Answer: Every item in the library has to be catalogued; multi-volume items should be entered as additional copies of the main item. If multi-volume is entered in this way printing spines for all items does not require manual changes. The above instructions explain how to customize a spine label design with volume numbers.
Handy Library Manager
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