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CROSS Library 1.7 Single-User License (New customers need this item.)

$195.00 $150.00 (Incl. tax $150.00)

Library 1.7 Download (Single-User)

NEW CROSS LIBRARY CUSTOMERS, If you have never purchased CROSS Library for use in your library before, you need to purchase this product to obtain a license.  You will receive a download link and email with installation instructions along with 90-days free of our CROSS Library Subscription which includes software updates, technical support, and CROSS Library related internet services to help you get started.

NOTE:  Once you have purchased CROSS Library for your library, you do NOT need to purchase another license in order to get the latest updates–In this case, please click here to see the available options to renew your CROSS Library Subscription which provides you the installer containing all of the latest software updates, technical support, and access to internet-based services during your subscription period…

 

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Product Description

CROSS Library 1.7 for Windows is our latest library software application.

Purchase of this item is required ONLY for first-time customers and includes 90 days of free technical support. (If you purchased CROSS Library in the past, you should purchase a CROSS Library Subscription in order to re-install of the available updates and provides both internet backup service and support. This subscription model helps us maintain and expand compatibility with our existing software and to expand features in the current products over time.)

The original version of CROSS Library was released in December 1994 followed by the Library 1.3 and Library 1.5 versions. CROSS released Library 1.7 in December 1997 and afterward transitioned to versioning by date. An abundant number of new features have been added in updates since then. See the most recent revisions and features added in this listing of the Latest Library 1.7 Update features.

Operating Systems

      • Windows 10 / Windows 7 / Vista / XP Pro / 2003 Server

Please read our detailed compatibility information at this link

 

Recommended system configuration

  • Windows Vista and later
    • 2 Gigabytes of RAM
    • 1 Gigabyte free on the hard drive
  • Windows XP Pro or earlier
    • 1 Gigabyte of RAM
    • 1 Gigabyte free on the hard drive

Minimum system configuration recommended:

  • Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10
    • 1 Gigabyte of RAM
    • 1 Gigabyte free on the hard drive
  • Windows XP Pro or earlier
    • 512 Megabytes of RAM
    • 1 Gigabyte free on the hard drive

Year 2000 Compliant

  • See Library 1.7 Y2K Compliance Report


Library 1.7 Reports


Supplies – Labels and Catalog Cards for Library 1.7
(See Our Online Store for details and prices)

  • For Laser/Ink jet printers
    • Label sets (3 across) ~ Alternate formats such as the following two are available: Replacement #2 & Replacement #5
      • 1 spine label: 1 1/4″ High X 1″ Wide
      • 2 circulation Labels (for the borrower’s card and the pocket): 1 1/4″ High X 2 7/8″ Wide
    • Individual labels
    • Spine Labels (Small) – 4 across: 1/2″ High X 1 3/4″ Wide
    • Spine Labels (Regular) – 5 across: 1″ High X 1 1/2″ Wide
    • Large Spine Labels – 3 across: 1″ High X 2 5/8″ Wide
    • Circulation Labels (3 across): 1″ High X 2 5/8″ Wide
    • Labels to apply over users’ existing catalog cards (2 across): 1″ High X 4″ Wide
  • Catalog cards ~ 3″ x 5″ (3 per page)
    • For Dot Matrix (pin-fed) printers
      • Continuous label sets – 1 spine and 2 circulation (borrower’s and pocket cards)
      • Continuous catalog cards ~ 3″ x 5″

Some Things You Can Do With Library 1.7

  • Keep track of your loaned-out library items
    • Name of person to whom you loaned item
    • Date item was loaned out
  • For insurance and bookkeeping purposes, print a report (see sample) showing total value for each media type and a grand total
  • Print catalog cards (see samples) and spine labels
  • Use Library 1.7 as an online catalog to quickly locate a library book, video, file article, etc.
    • By using find in the field of your choice
    • By using search comparisons in any field(s)
    • By browsing by subject or other field
  • Use Library 1.7 as a research tool
    • With the Indexed Key Words/Phrases feature (see screen print and more info) you can print a list of all types of media (books, videos, tapes, CDs, file articles, etc.) and where the key word or key phrase is located (page #, track #, file#, etc.)
  • Use the Comments field (up to 32,000 bytes of searchable data) to keep:
    • Data and labels for which no field exists
    • Miscellaneous data

Library 1.7 Reports

These predefined reports may be printed to reflect a selected field sort order and/or search criteria. The reports show the following fields:

  • All Data: All except Indexed Key Words/Phrases
  • Accession: Accesion #, Media Type, Title, Author, Publisher, Year, Cost
  • May serve as a shelf list by title when in title sort order (one line per record listing)
  • Bibliography with Summary (see sample report): Classification, Call, Author, Title, Summary, Copyright, Subject 1, Subject 2, Media Type, Accession #
  • Shelf List
    • Call # (Classification and Call Letters), Title, Author, Accession #
    • Call # sequence (one line per record listing)
  • By Title: Title, Classification, Author, Accession #
  • By Author: Author, Title, Classification, Subject 1, Subject 2
  • By Subject: Subject Title, Classification, Author, Accession #
  • By Classification: Classification, Title, Author, Subject 1, Subject 2
  • By Publisher: Publisher, Title, Author, Classification, Publisher Date, Copyright Year, Accession #
  • By Media Type: Media Type, Title, Author, Classification, Accession #
  • By Key Word/Phrase: Key Word/Phrase, Title, Author, Classification, Media Type, Accession #, and relative Index
  • By Cost: Cost, Title, Author, Media Type, Accession #
  • Library Value (see sample report): Media Type and grand totals, Title, Author, Classification, Accession #, Cost
  • Items Checked Out (See sample near end of Y2K Compliance Report): Title, Author, Accession #, Name of person checked out to, Date, Due, Days Past, Media Type
  • Items Overdue (See sample at end of Y2K Compliance Report): Title, Author, Media Type, Accession #, Checked Out To, Date, Days ~ Max., Due, Past Due
  • Subject List
    • 1-Column List
    • 2-Column List
  • Catalog Cards(see samples)
    • Subject1 Cards
    • Subject2 Cards
    • Title Cards
    • Author Cards
    • Shelf-List Cards
  • Labels for Spine, Pocket, and Borrower’s Card
    • Label sets (3 across) for Laser, Ink Jet, and Dot Matrix Printers
      • See “Alternate Label Formats” on our Library 1.7 Replacement Reports site
    • Individual Labels for Laser, Ink Jet, and Dot Matrix Printers
  • Labels for User’s Existing Catalog Cards(Note: Rare Usage – Limited Info – No Summary, etc.)
    • Subject, Title, and Author


Indexed Key Words/Phrases


With the Indexed Key Words/Phrases research feature you can list various types of media (books, videos, tapes, CD’s, etc.) and all the page numbers or track numbers where a key word or key phrase appears.

You can enter a book’s complete index (as shown in the screen print above) or only references that you might use. The key words and key phrases in the example above where entered directly from Larry Burkett’s book, “What Ever Happened To The American Dream.” When you click on the key phrase “American Dream” you can see that this key phrase is “defined” on pages 15, 23, and 27; “disappearing” on pages 13, 17, etc.

Here is one example of how a minister may use this feature in sermon research and preparation. While reading a book, he notes material connected to a Scripture verse which he would like to use in the future. He finds the book in Library 1.7 and enters the verse as a key phrase with the page number where it appears in the book as the index. He does this with other media as well. Later, while preparing a sermon in which he plans to use that Scripture verse, he chooses Reports by Key Word/Phrases and prints a helpful list of the books/media referring to that Scripture along with the page/track number where it appears.

Data Import Services

We can convert and import your current data into the Library 1.7 format if you can send us your file in ASCII tab delimited or Access 2.0 format. Other formats may be acceptable. Before sending the file, please contact us via email. We will respond with information on how you may be able to avoid importing if you have smaller amounts of data and specific instructions on what to do if you need this service. After checking your data, we will give you an exact quote based on the charges below. Then, after receiving your confirmation to proceed, we will convert and import the data and email it back to you.

Standard data import charge:
$200 basic fee plus $.05 per record

Inconsistent data additional charge:
$35 per hour to modify and align inconsistent data fields and for special field handling

Note: If your data includes multiple spellings of the same Publishers, Subjects, or Media Types, you may combine them into one by using our “Combine” utility.  This is included in our most recent installers.