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Set preferences

This table lists the preferences that you can set in Record Manager.

Preference Description Location of Preferences icon Procedure
Advanced searching Set preferences for the default edit mode, default search scope, index, sorting method, language of cataloging, and search scope menu display Advanced Search dialog box Set user search preferences for the advanced search panel
Basic searching Set preferences for the default edit mode, default search scope, search index, sorting method (if applicable), and search scope menu display Left navigation panel Set user search preferences for the basic search panel
Classification scheme Set preference for the classification scheme MARC 21 bibliographic record (Create/Edit page) Set classification scheme in a MARC 21 record
Cutter Type Set preference for the cutter type MARC 21 bibliographic record (Create/Edit page) Set the cutter type preference for WorldCat bibliographic records
Default Holding Library Code Set preference for the default holding library code MARC 21 bibliographic record (Create/Edit page) Set the default holding library code for MARC 21 records
Exporting Set preferences for a warning for unlinked non-Latin script fields, the export destination, the export format, what data to exclude, TCP/IP connection options, and TCP/IP local system user information MARC 21 bibliographic record (Create/Edit page) Set up export preferences on the MARC 21 WorldCat bibliographic record
Saved Lists page > Export tab Set up export preferences from the Saved Lists Export tab
Label Printing Set preferences for the automatic stamps MARC 21 bibliographic record (Create/Edit page) Set preferences for labels
Set preferences for the print offset margins, units of measurement, font name, font size, and automatic stamps Saved Lists page > Labels tab
RDA Toolkit Set preferences for the RDA toolkit login. MARC 21 bibliographic record (Create/Edit page) Set preferences for RDA Toolkit authentication credentials

 

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