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Saved - In Progress

Search for an authority saved record

  1. From the Data Type drop-down list, select Authority Records.
  2. From the Scope drop-down list, select Saved - In Progress.
  3. From the Index drop-down list, select an index.
    • Control Number - searches by the control number that was assigned to the save file.
    • LCCN - searches by LCCN that was assigned to the save file.
    • My Status - searches by the user-defined status that was entered for the save file.
    • Save File Number - searches by the number that was assigned to the save file.
    • Source File - searches by the selected authority file.
    • Submitted for Review by My Institution - searches for save files submitted for review by your institution.
    • Submitted for Review from Institution - searches for save files submitted for review from an institution.
    • Submitted for Review to My Institution - searches for save files submitted for review to your institution.
    • Workflow Status - searches by the selected workflow status.
  4. If applicable, select an option from the Options drop-down list.
  5. If applicable, enter your search terms in the Term(s) text field. The text field will expand to fit your search terms, if needed.
     Note: You can also enter an asterisk (*), which is a wildcard character that searches for any record.
  6. Click Search.

Search for a bibliographic saved record

  1. From the Scope drop-down list, select Saved - In Progress.
  2. From the Index drop-down list, select an index.
    • My Status - searches by the user-defined status that was entered for the save file.
    • OCLC Number - searches by the OCLC number that was assigned to the saved file item. New records that have not been added to WorldCat do not have an assigned OCLC number.
    • Save File Number - searches by the number that was assigned to the save file.
    • Title - searches by the title of the saved file item.
  3. In the Term(s) text field, enter your search terms. The text field will expand to fit your search terms, if needed.
     Note: You can also enter an asterisk (*), which is a wildcard character that searches for any record.
  4. Click Search.
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