Getting Started

Created by Ezra Weinstein, Modified on Fri, 13 Jan 2023 at 02:34 PM by Hannah Harris

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Serials Not Counted Screen (Easy way to add serial numbers to a count)

Open Counts Screen (Used if you need to continue a count)

Closed Counts Screen (Used if you need to view or export a count)

Barcode Labels Screen (Used if you need to print barcode labels from a count)

Excel Import Screen (How to perform a serial count using an Excel spreadsheet)

 In order to perform a serial number count in coreSTORE, go to the Bound Book module (1), click the "..." drop-down menu button (2), and select Serial Count (3).

The Serial Count screen will come up, where you can either click the New Serial # Count button (4) to start a new count, or click the Show closed counts button (5) to view the counts you have completed (Jump to Closed Counts Screen section).

Clicking the New Serial # Count button (4) will bring you to the Do serial count screen. There are four ways that you can count the serial numbers you have in stock. The easiest ways are to use a scanner to scan in the item (A) or click on the Serial Number In Stock but Not Counted button (B) (Jump to Serials Not Counted Screen section). You can also manually input the serial numbers of items (C), or you can use an Excel spreadsheet using (D) (Jump to Excel Import Screen section).


If you want to print barcode labels while performing the count, click the Barcode Labels button (E) (Jump to Barcode Labels Screen section).


If you want to export an Excel spreadsheet of the serial numbers you have counted, click the Excel Export button (F).


This screen will show you (G) the number of serial numbers you have counted and also the number of serial numbers that are still left to be counted (remaining). After adding a serial number to the count, you can add a comment by clicking on None (H), or you can delete the serial number from the count if there was a mistake by clicking on Delete Count Serial (J).


Once you have completed the count, click the Close count button (K) (Jump to Closed Counts Screen section), or if you need to come back and complete the count later, click the Continue count later button (L) (Jump to Open Counts Screen section).

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