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Downloading from online site (like Oxford)<br>
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Downloading from online site (like Oxford)<br>  
  
Using MarcEdit
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Using MarcEdit  
  
Download file:
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Download file:  
  
Usually you have the option to Save or Open with Marcedit. You save a step or two by opening with MarcEdit.
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Usually you have the option to Save or Open with Marcedit. You save a step or two by opening with MarcEdit.  
  
Output file: click Browse, then name file, save to desktop (usually), and save as type MARC text file (using '''mr'''k extension). This will allow you to view records and make changes.
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Output file: click Browse, then name file, save to desktop (usually), and save as type MARC text file (using '''mr'''k extension). This will allow you to view records and make changes.  
  
Click Execute.
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Click Execute.  
  
Go to desktop and click icon to open
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Go to desktop and click icon to open  
  
Make changes:
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Make changes:  
  
Tools--Add/Edit fields, etc. ; Edit--Find/replace, etc.
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Tools--Add/Edit fields, etc.&nbsp;; Edit--Find/replace, etc.  
  
File -- Compile file into MARC. Creates it with '''mrc''' extension.
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File -- Compile file into MARC. Creates it with '''mrc''' extension.  
  
Should be on your desktop now.
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Should be on your desktop now.  
  
Using Millennium Data Exchange
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Using Millennium Data Exchange  
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Click Data Exchange icon
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Get PC: select desktop; select file. click upload
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Accepted suffix: '''lfts'''
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Highlight file: click Prep
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Click Start.
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Close. Saves as type lmarc
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HIghlight file if not already
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Click Load C (load a MARC file slow rate)
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Select process: Load records via locally created load profiles

Revision as of 14:43, 6 May 2010

Downloading from online site (like Oxford)

Using MarcEdit

Download file:

Usually you have the option to Save or Open with Marcedit. You save a step or two by opening with MarcEdit.

Output file: click Browse, then name file, save to desktop (usually), and save as type MARC text file (using mrk extension). This will allow you to view records and make changes.

Click Execute.

Go to desktop and click icon to open

Make changes:

Tools--Add/Edit fields, etc. ; Edit--Find/replace, etc.

File -- Compile file into MARC. Creates it with mrc extension.

Should be on your desktop now.

Using Millennium Data Exchange


Click Data Exchange icon

Get PC: select desktop; select file. click upload

Accepted suffix: lfts

Highlight file: click Prep

Click Start.

Close. Saves as type lmarc

HIghlight file if not already

Click Load C (load a MARC file slow rate)

Select process: Load records via locally created load profiles