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Considers the use of dBASE to combine SaveScreen output with OCLCsoftware to produce custom reports. Discusses the problems with the tworeport programs, ILLSORT and ILLCOUNT, processing with ILLFILE, transferinto dBASE, reporting by dBASE, and archiving dBASE records.
Discusses the introduction of an efficient way to get localcataloguing onto OCLC to maintain resource sharing, in a library whereoriginal cataloguing is performed directly onto a local system.Describes the techniques employed using ProComm to automate OCLC dialaccess, the routine to transfer...
Have you ever noticed the mysterious single and doubledot entries that appear at the top of every DIR listing outside of your root directory These are not files, nor are they named subdirectories of the kind you create yourself. Rather, they are special ways used by DOS to refer to the current'...
Discusses the confusion in terminology used between IBM compatiblemachines and Macintosh systems. Provides a glossary of Macintosh termsand how they relate to IBM language.
To use ProComm on an M310 Workstation ordered before July 1, 1989, you must complete three preliminary steps
OCLC has had many inquiries about whether microcomputers with hard disk drives should be turned off at the end of each day. When the M300 Workstation was introduced, OCLC recommended that the unit be left on except for long periods of nonuse for example, holiday weekends. That recommendation was...
You can use the OCLC Terminal Software to change the typeface your printer uses. For example, if your ribbon is fading away, tell your printer to use boldface. To save paper, decrease the amount of space between each line. If you need lots of room to scribble, print everything doublespaced. If...
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