RE: Spine Label Printing by Initials
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We have partly got around this problem by setting up Millennium
usernames which incorporate the initials, e.g. milabc for user with
initials abc. We did this to differentiate the various print queues in
Millennium, as we have three PCs which are used to print to a slave dot
matrix printer. Thus staff can print one queue at a time, and obtain all
the labels for each person.
I realize this is not what you are asking for exactly, but it would be a
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[mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of Pamela Murison
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 11:42 AM
To: innopac at innopacusers dot org
Subject: Spine Label Printing by Initials
Has anyone figured out a way to print spine labels based on initials
(not login), or even Millennium session, or PC?
Our cataloging staff are currently using Innopac (telnet) to print spine
labels. Everyone uses the same login, but have their own initials to
access the label printing functionality. Printing is based on initials,
so that the labels for each user are kept together (and are not all
mixed together with other users' labels).
Our cataloging staff want to keep the number of logins to a minimum.
In Millennium, if 6 staff login using the same login to print spine
labels, every user's labels are all mixed up i.e. printing is based on
login rather than initials.
We are using Millennium Silver 1.1, and Print Wizard 2.7 (demo version).
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The University of Western Australia
Ph: (08) 6488 2548
Email: pmurison at library dot uwa dot edu dot au
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