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Re: LARS binding software -- Mark Hemhauser Stephen Clark 04 Apr 2002 21:56 UTC

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Subject: Re: LARS binding software -- Teresa Strasner
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 16:46:42 -0500
From: Mark Hemhauser <mbhhbm@AMERICAN.EDU>

By "double binding ticket" I meant two copies of the same ticket on one
standard piece of laser printer paper. Prior to LARS we had triplicate
tickets. We sent one, kept the other and discarded the third. The
reason for keeping a copy has gone since we changed ILSs, but we still
it until the shipment is back. The binding tickets have info we need and
don't always get all of the tickets back from the bindery, so the second
ticket serves as a complete collection of tickets. It's a matter of our
work flow.

We print out list of items at the bindery for the Periodicals Desk.


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Subject: Re: LARS binding software -- Mark Hemhauser
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 13:26:10 -0700
From: Teresa Strasner <tstrasne@UCCS.EDU>

I have just started using LARS, too, and am having to learn with just
the use
of the manual from my bindery. Tricky way to do it, but I like LARS so
far. Can
someone tell me what is a "double binding ticket?" Is it two copies, or
two of
the same thing on one copy? And why print two? Isn't there a way to
print a
list of what is at the bindery?

I'm so glad this topic came up!

Teresa Strasner
Serials Technician
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Library - Serials

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: LARS binding software -- 3 messages:
> Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 14:40:18 -0500
> From: Mark Hemhauser <mbhhbm@AMERICAN.EDU>
> >It did turn out however, that even when someone else
> >got another laser printer that might have been convenient to use, we
> >only set up *1* printer for use in the networked environment.
> We do not have that problem. We print from three locations to three
> printers near the data entry point. We use laser printers and print a
> double binding ticket. One for the bindery and one for us.
> Mark Hemhauser
> American University