I believe you are talking about Magazine Manager from MicroManager
Software Services. Their info is 23 W 072 Woodcroft Drive, Glen Ellyn, IL
60137-6925, phone 630-469-1240, email email@example.com, they give
out free demos. The manager can run on
Windows or DOS.
Claudia T. Covert
Parham Campus Library
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
P.O. Box 85622
Richmond, VA 23285-5622
Phone: (804)371-3222 Fax: (804)371-3086
Linda Hofmann <klmklm@MEGSINET.NET> wrote:
>I do serials acquisitions at a library in a suburb of Chicago. In the
>course of my job I have been able to go to several meetings of a local
>serials SIG group. At one of these meetings about two years ago, a woman
>from a nearby suburb did a presentation on a stand-alone software program
>she designed for serials checkin. It is called Magazine Manager. It was
>originally created for use on PCs with DOS, but I believe she was working on
>a windows based version. I was very impressed with the capapbilities of
>such an apparently simple program. It was a database program which allowed
>for title records to which you could attach barcodes for each issue that
>came in. It would be ideal for a library that does not have an integrated
>system such as the one at the library where I work. I am sorry to say I do
>not remember her name, or have ready access to ordering information.
>Perhaps someone else on the list has more information.
>Linda Hofmann, Library Associate
>Naperville Public Libraries
>Elyse Hayes <<emihayes@LI.NET> wrote:
>>I'm new to this list, and I was wondering if anyone could tell me:
>>1.) Have there been any threads on software for serials management - not
>>as a module of an overall automation package - but separate software for
>>serials inventory, reports, etc.
>>2.) If so, what's the best way to find it in the archives (what was the
>>subject line; when was the thread)
>>3.) Better yet, if you can recommend particular software, I'd be
>>interested. (You can e-mail me directly).
>>Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, Huntington, NY