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Printing for Document Delivery Requests

Print book straps 

Follow the below instructions to add book straps and stickers to the print queue and to print book straps/stickers for items you are lending.  

To add book straps to the Print Queue for Document Delivery requests:

You must have Advanced Lending enabled to print book straps for Document Delivery requests.

  1. On the left navigation, click Document Delivery.
  2. Click NewVerifyingRetrievingScanningPackaging or Complete.
  3. On Document Delivery queue screen, click NewVerifyingRetrievingScanningPackaging, or Complete.
  4. A table appears with the batch processing fields.
  5. In the request ID field, scan or type the request ID, or click the plus sign () in the table below to add a request.
  6. Click Print Book Straps to add the selected items to the Print Queue.  
  7. Based on the batch process you are performing, click NewVerifyingRetrievingScanningPackaging, or Complete Items to apply the status to all of the items you entered in the table.
  8. The selected items will appear under the Print Queue for Borrowing.

To reprint book straps:

  1. Open the request for which you need to reprint book straps.
  2. At the top of the request, click on the arrow next to the Print Now button.
  3. Select Reprint Book Strap The request is added to the Book Straps queue.

Customize book straps  

You can customize your book straps in OCLC Service Configuration. See Print Settings for more information.

To customize borrower and lender book straps:

  1. Sign in to Service Configuration.
  2. On the left navigation, click WorldShare ILL > Print Settings.
  3. On the Print Settings page, under Logo Image Settings, enter the URL of the logo you want to appear on your books straps.
  4. Under Book Strap Settings, select Use customized book straps under Borrower and Purchasing Strap.
  5. Enter any notes you want to include on the book strap in the Notes field.
  6. Click Save.

Print shipping labels  

Follow the instructions below to print shipping labels

You must have Advanced Lending enabled to print book straps for Document Delivery requests.

  1. On the left navigation, click Document Delivery.
  2. Click NewVerifyingRetrievingScanningPackaging or Complete.
  3. On Document Delivery queue screen, click NewVerifyingRetrievingScanningPackaging, or Complete.
  4. A table appears with the batch processing fields.
  5. In the request ID field, scan or type the request ID, or click the plus sign () in the table below to add a request.
  6. Click Print Shipping labels to add the selected items to the Print Queue.  
  7. Based on the batch process you are performing, click NewVerifyingRetrievingScanningPackaging, or Complete Items to apply the status to all of the items you entered in the table.
  8. The selected items will appear under the Print Queue for Shipping Labels.

To print shipping labels:

  1. On the left navigation, click Print Queue.
  2. Under Lending, click Shipping Labels.
  3. On the Lending Shipping Labels screen, select the check boxes next to the requests you want to print shipping labels for. Select the check box at the top of the table to select all items in the table.
  4. In the Format list, select 6 per page or 30 per page.

  5. A template is displayed underneath the table. To start at a different label position, select the number in the template, or enter the number in the Start at label position field.

  6. Optional, when 6 per page is selected. Select the check boxes under Include on labels to include the following on the labels:
    • Request ID barcode
    • LIBRARY MAIL DMM: 173.5.0
    • RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
  7. Click Print.
  8. On the Print Preview window, click the print icon or links to print the return labels.

To reprint shipping labels:

  1. Open the request for which you need to reprint shipping or return labels.
  2. At the top of the request, click on the arrow next to the Print Now button.
  3. Select Reprint Shipping Label. The request is added to the Shipping Labels queue.
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