Re: Printing Spine Lables From Cataloguing and Scanning Workstation
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- Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 14:50:25 -0800
- From: DAVID SIMON <dsimon@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Printing Spine Lables From Cataloguing and Scanning Workstation
We print Spine labels from our work station using the text based product.
We use Anzio software for this purpose. III needs to set up print queues
for you. Then, you determine which print queue to use by placing a
particular lower case letter in the ICODE2 field of the item record. Press
w to print to a queue. Go to the print queue, and send the spine labels to
your email address. Then, we open the email, and copy the file to a floppy
disk. Then, we use a DOS program, Microsoft Works, to open the file from
the floppy and print to our dot matrix printer.
Hope this helps.
New Haven Free Public Library
At 02:37 PM 3/28/03 +0200, you wrote:
>I am still new to the list and I am not sure if it is the right place to
>make my submission.
>I only need to know if there is a library that has managed to print
>Spine Lables from Cataloguing Workstation. I need to know the printer
>type being used and configurations.
>If I may have the same information for NOTICES and other item labels.
>INNOPAC printing has been a mystery for some of us in Zimbabwe.
>Acting ICT Projects Manager
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