a. On the menu bar click on Record >Import>From
Remote Database. Select RLIN and click on Connect. You will
be presented with a Voyager search box. Use Search
Builder, where you may search using typical RLIN indexes such
as PN, ID#, Title, ISBN, etc. You will be presented with a list of items
that match your search. Highlight the item(s) you wish to import and
click on OK. If there is no match to your search, go to step g.
b. You now have a bibliographic screen in Voyager. Note the
Imported Remote Bib ID# in the
title bar. Examine the MARC record. If it is not the record you want,
simply close the bibliographic record by clicking on the X in the upper
right corner. The record will not be saved or added.
c. If it is the record you want, check the author and title
to be sure you searched it correctly. Also check for any series you
may not have previously searched. Once the item is searched and you
have verified that we should add it to the database, invoke Macro Express
Hit 3 or double-click on imported docs.
On the next screen, click on the appropriate format (book,serial,score,etc.)
When the 904 field is complete, click on the Boat
icon to save the record to the database.
d. At this point you may receive a message telling you the name
of the Import/Replace profile which is selected on your workstation.
Your import/replace profile should be set at Add Conditional. Unless
you wish to change the prompted profile, click on No.
Once the record is saved, the Title bar displays Bib
e. Create a holdings record
(mfhd) and an item record.
f. Print a label to travel with the book through processing.
g. If there is no record in RLIN, do an author headings search;
if you find an existing heading, copy it to your clipboard to use it
in your brief record. Create a brief record using the book template.
Be sure to check the date and language codes in the 008 field. When
your record is complete, invoke Macro Express as follows:
Hit 9 or double-click on input docs.
On the next screen, click on the appropriate format (book,serial,score,etc
Click on the Boat icon to save the record to the
database. Go back to steps e and f to finish off