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Illustrates how to customize the CATME LABELS.CAT file in order toprint spine labels only, and to customize the format of the file to therequired size. Explains how to run the programs contained on a freedisk with the journal.
Demonstrates how the Red Ryder software can be used to access OCLC,it can also be programmed to dial automatically and it is possible toset up macro keys for oftenused commands. Provides programminginstructions for this and also for an automatic dialling facility toCompuServe.
Continues on the theme of an earlier article, this time dealingwith installation and maintenance of Local Area Networks. Discusses theimportance of having a LAN manager and details problems likely to occurwhen installing a LAN.
Gives examples of how to use WordPerfect version 5.1 to createspine labels, without having to purchase the CAT CD450 system. Providesinstructions for choosing a label format constructing the macros andprinting the labels.
Reports of the updates made to ILLFILE, a program which extractsdata from OCLC ILL workforms in order to collect data by computer ratherthan manually. Describes the changes to the program over the last twoyears and how the new version can be customized.
Reviews Research Assistant software, a computerassistedinstruction programme written by a librarian in order to help studentswith their research. The programme is written for the Mac usingHyperCard stacks and its content covers the entire process of writing aresearch paper. It aims to equip...
Examines the use of function keys to create shortcuts in labelproduction. Contends that the use of such shortcuts makes the processquicker and easier, as well as less prone to error.
Considers the reasons for the late arrival of Macintosh computerson the library scene and attemps to answer questions about how to use aMac for online searching. Outlines several possibilities for accessingOCLC and commercial databases using a Mac, using cheap or expensivesoftware, or developing...
Describes how to customize Search CD450 displays. Begins with theSystem Welcome screen, then the Database Welcome screen andconcludes with the Help Window Display.
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