Electronic Cataloging Project Entry #48

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Electronic Cataloging Project Entry #48

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One of the great features of TMS is the ability to deliver data on a specific object (or group of objects) with a report.  When someone asks for details on a work in our collection we have the ability to choose a report that selects the desired fields of information to display. Then that report can be saved digitally or printed into a hardcopy. 

One such example was a student at NCSU who requested information on William Harnett's Job Lot Cheap, 1878.  We were able to quickly provide him with information from a summary record run from TMS.

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