Standard Macro Express Function Keys

AS OF: 7/24/02 All in Cataloging Module unless otherwise indicated

 

Hot

Key

Action

Notes

Ctrl+F1

Closes all records

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window.

Shift+F2

Retrieves Headings window

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window

Shift+F3

Retrieves Titles window

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window

Shift+F4

Adds (LC) to the end of the call number

Click on the selection column at the 852 field; runs whether or not the 852 field is highlighted, but selection column arrow must be pointing to 852. Run after the basic call number has been pasted into 852 $h and $i

F5

Open MFHD or MFHD dialog box

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated MARC view record. MFHD opens if single MFHD; dialog box opens if multiple MFHDs.

Shift+F5

Adds (LC)+ $m Oversize

Click on the selection column at the 852 field; runs whether or not the 852 field is highlighted, but selection column arrow must be pointing to 852. Run after the basic call number has been pasted into 852 $h and $i

Ctrl+F5

Adds + $m Oversize

Click on the selection column at the 852 field; runs whether or not the 852 field is highlighted, but selection column arrow must be pointing to 852. Run after the basic call number has been pasted into 852 $h and $i

F6

From MFHD, opens Bib Title Tab

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated MFHD record

Shift+F6

Enters 866 field

Position cursor in any cell of preceding field or in selection column of preceding field

Ctrl+F6

Creates new MFHD

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated bibliographic record

F7

In Circ module,  enters your most heavily used patron code

You need to identify your most heavily used patron code and enter it in the script loaded on your workstation

F7

Opens retrieve barcode window

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window

Shift+F7

Retrieves item record(s)

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated MFHD record

Ctrl+F7

Creates new item record

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated bibliographic or MFHD record

Shift+F8

Adds first indicator 7, 2nd indicator 0, adds $i and $2 localyale

Click on the selection column at the 852 field; runs whether or not the 852 field is highlighted, but selection column arrow must be pointing to 852.  Run before the call number is entered into 852, since the macro will provide $i.

Shift + F9

Opens next title

From titles list window, select and open window for a title.  From the bib window of the tile, executing the macro will open the next window. For subsequent windows, use Shift + Insert

F10

Opens Search window; disconnects remote connection to LCDB or LCDB/Orbis

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window (should also work if a subwindow is open)

Shift+F10

Remote connection to LCDB only

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window (should also work if a subwindow is open)

Ctrl+F10

Activates simultaneous searching connection

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window (should also work if a subwindow is open)

F11

Map MARC21

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window (should also work if a subwindow is open). Use for both LCDB records AND RLIN records

Shift+F11

Map OCLC

Cursor can be anywhere in an activated window (should also work if a subwindow is open).

Shift+F12

Adds $dCtY to 040 field

Cursor can be anywhere in 040 EXCEPT beginning of field (Will delete first variable field if cursor positioned at the beginning of 040 field)

Modify MARC21 location code if necessary

Ctrl+F12

Inserts 040 CtY$cCtY

Cursor should be at the end of the preceding field. Modify MARC21 location code if necessary

Shift + Delete key

Erase End of Field

Deletes all text to the right of the cursor in a given variable field.

Shift + Insert key

Opens window of subsequent next title (and closes the top window)

Use after running Shift + F9 (see above). 

Ctrl + Insert key

Opens previous window from title list (and closes the top window)

Use after running Shift + Insert key.

Win+ALT+r

Opens RLINIMP file

Be sure to use the F11 function to set mapping before using this macro

Win+ALT+o

Opens OCLCIMP file

Be sure to use the Shift F11 function to set mapping before using this macro

Ctrl + Keypad 5

Switches Macro File

Switches to diacritics.mex file if function.mex is up; switches to function.mex if diacritics.mex is up. (Switching to function.mex allows use of number pad)