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Thank you to all who responded, Follett does not have a report that will let
you know who has which copy checked out; however if you "extract the data"
from reports <Copy Status by list> it is possible.  Thank you for sharing
Susan Beall,  your instructions were wonderful!  And many other LM_Netters
wanted instructions.


Click on Extract Data Using Excel



Also, this is not the first time this question was asked,  Caroline Frick,
Library Media Specialist, McIntosh County Academy suggested:



I called Follett w/ the same question and they said no, but to suggest it on
the website.  I did, for what it was worth.  Maybe if a bunch of us suggest
it...  That would be a GREAT feature.


Other automated softwares do have a "history" report that makes this much
easier.  But again thank you Susan, your instructions are just as easy!
Great job.



Don't forget Follett Talk for support! 




Roberta Z. Arguello

Library Media Specialist

American Nicaraguan School



Dear All,


I am trying to print out a report which would give me the copies of one
particular novel (80 copies) and who has them checked- out?  Is there
another way other than going to cataloguing and checking one by one?  


Thank you for your assistance, and please reply to me, for I am still with
no_mail since the Thanksgiving holiday.  





Roberta Z. Arguello

Library Media Specialist

American Nicaraguan School


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