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Search CD450, a microcomputerbased reference tool with searching software that provides full, flexible access to a unique package of ERIC databases and education materials in librariesa subset of the OCLC Online Union Catalogis scheduled for release in April. The OCLC Search CD450 titles in...
Here's a trick that lets you use Smartcom II to communicate directly with your modem. I could hardly believe it Press to get to the online screen, then type ATZ and press <6> that is, press the two keys simultaneously. Use the 6 key in the top row, not the numeric keypad. The modem...
Sooner or later you will probably want your PC to do something that you don't have a program for. Maybe you will want it to print custom purchase orders, draw a map of the library's service area, or calculate special statistics.
Will CDROM technology radically change the way libraries do business or is the CD reader just another peripheral It depends on whether this new technology finally delivers satisfactory solutions to the information needs of libraries and their users. From the Library of Congress to Sardinia, OH...
As Public Services Librarian, I am constantly looking for new and innovative ways to help our patrons find information. Working at a rural multicampus college we have three campuses, twenty miles apart can pose a real problem when attempting to provide access to database searching. Telephone...
When you are learning to use your microcomputer as a word processor, you will quickly realize that some commands that the program uses are invoked by an outlandish number of keystrokes, other commands are not mnemonic, and still others are awkwardly placed on the keyboard.
Teeny Type is a combination of condensed and superscript dot matrix type styles with narrow line spacing. It can be used for labeling small objects such as slides, contents of disks, etc. These directions for creating Teeny Type are for Epson printers but will work on some other models also. You...
One feature of the OCLC Terminal Software we like is the userdefined function keys. They not only save time in entering frequently repeated text and commands but also free us from typing errors. As a result, we define and use these function keys extensively at all four of our M300 Workstations....
Whether readers of this work are students or professionals, they will find the book informative. For the student, Saffady takes care to define all terms and acronyms. Successive sections of each chapter build on the previous ones, so that on completing the book, the student has learned a great...
So this is OCLC, where the fixed fields are at the top of the record and you type the first three characters of the title, comma, next two letters, comma, and here's something that looks familiar, but it's called an M300 Workstation. But here's Microsoft and Lotus 123 Maybe things aren't so...
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