Closed Counts Screen

Created by Ezra Weinstein, Modified on Fri, 13 Jan 2023 at 05:13 PM by Hannah Harris

If you need to go back and view or export previous counts that you have closed, you can do so by going to the Bound Book module, clicking the "..." drop-down menu button, and selecting Serial Count. The default Serial Count screen when you select Serial Count is the Open Counts screen. In order to get to the Closed Counts screen, click on the Show closed counts button (A).

On this screen, you will see a list of closed counts that you have completed. This list tells you when you started the count (B) and how many serial numbers that were counted (C); and will show you the name of the user who performed the count (D) and the status of the count (E). You can also add a comment to the count by clicking None (F), or delete the count by clicking the Delete count button (G).


If you need to view or export a count, click the corresponding View count button (H). If you want to start a new serial count, click the New Serial # Count button (J). If you want to go back to the Open Counts screen (Jump to Open Counts Screen section), click the Show open counts button (K).

When you click the View count button (H), that count will appear. If you need to export the count to Excel, click the Excel Export button (L), and coreSTORE will automatically download an Excel spreadsheet of the count to the computer. If you need to print barcode labels for the serial numbers that you counted, click the Barcode Labels button (M) (Jump to Barcode Labels Screen section). If you need to add serial numbers to the count after you have closed the count, the only way to do so is to click the Serial Number In Stock but Not Counted button (N) to get to the Serials Not Counted screen (Jump to Serials Not Counted Screen section).

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