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Glen A. Lynn

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We used to be able to search for a specific set of comics, and then print a report of just those searched items.   This was very helpful when submitting collection updates for insurance purposes.  I can still search for comics purchased in a specific month/time period, but I can't find the way to make that search into a printable document.  Any help would be appreciated.

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There are two ways to do this.

One: Mark the issues

After running a Find, select all (or even selected) Issues and do a Quick Change to Mark the issues as checked.

Then you can run one of the Reports that has a Include Marked Items only option to print them.

(Then change the Marked Issues back to be unchecked.


Two: Copy/Paste

After running a Find, you can select the rows/columns (unfortunately the columns have to be consecutive), do a copy (CTRL + C) the information, then paste it (CTRL + V) into another program (Excel or Notepad, for example). Then Print from that program.

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