|00:01||Welcome to the Spoken Tutorial on Installation of MarcEditor on Windows.|
|00:08||In this tutorial, we will learn to install MarcEditor on a 64-bit Windows machine.|
|00:16|| To record this tutorial, I’m using:
Windows 10 Pro Operating System and
Firefox web browser.
|00:27||This tutorial is most suitable for library staff.|
|00:32||Before moving ahead, please ensure that you have the following on your machine-
Windows 10, 8 or 7,
|00:43||any web browser. For eg: Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome.|
|00:51||In your existing library, you may have the library records in an Excel spreadsheet.|
|00:58||And, your library is now being migrated to Koha Library Management System.|
|01:05||So, all the records will need to be converted from Excel into MARC format.|
|01:12||It is important to know that:
the records in Excel spreadsheet will first have to be converted into MARC format and then imported into Koha.
|01:26||This is because Koha does not have the provision to directly import data which is in Excel format.|
|01:35||Let us begin.|
|01:37||To convert Excel data into MARC file i.e. (dot) mrc format, we will be using MarcEdit software.|
|01:48||To install this software, go to the browser and type this URL.|
|01:55||A new page with the heading Downloads opens.|
|02:00||Under Current Development, go to MarcEdit 7.0.x/MacOS 3.0.x
Locate Windows 64-bit download.
|02:17||However, if you have a 32-bit machine, then you should click on the link Windows 32-bit download.|
|02:26||To check whether your machine is 32-bit or 64-bit, go to the bottom left corner of the machine.|
|02:35||Click on the Start icon.|
|02:38||Scroll up and click on Settings.|
|02:43||From these icons, click on System- Display, notifications, apps, power.|
|02:51||This opens another window with few options on the left side.|
|02:56||Locate the tab About and click on it.|
|03:00||On the same page, towards the right side, under the section PC, locate System type.|
|03:08||The details of your machine’s operating system will be displayed.|
|03:13||For my machine, it says 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor.|
|03:21||After reading the details, close the window.|
|03:25||To do so, go to the top right corner and click on the cross mark.|
|03:31||We will again come back to the same page, Downloads.|
|03:36||As my machine is 64-bit, I will click on 64-bit download.|
|03:42||Another new window with the heading 64-bit download opens with two sections-
|03:53||Next, I will click on Download MarcEdit 7 link at the bottom of the Administrator section.|
|04:02||This is because I am the designated Koha administrator of my library.|
|04:09||A dialog-box MacrEdit_Setup64Admin.msi appears.|
|04:16|| We can see 2 options here-
Save File and
|04:22||Click on the Save File button at the bottom.|
|04:26||After doing so, go to the Downloads folder of your machine.|
|04:31||Here, you can see that the file MacrEdit_Setup64Admin.msi has been saved.|
|04:40||Now, right-click on the saved file and from the options that appear, click on Install.|
|04:48||In the User Account Control dialog box, click on Yes.|
|04:56||Another window with the name Welcome to the MarcEdit 7 Setup Wizard appears.|
|05:04||Click on the Next button at the bottom of the page.|
|05:08||Another new window with the title License Agreement opens.|
|05:14||Read the License Agreement carefully.|
|05:18||And from the 2 options, I do not agree and I agree, click on the I Agree radio button.|
|05:28||Then, click on the Next button at the bottom of the window.|
|05:33||A new window named Select Installation Folder opens.|
|05:39||It shows the path of the folder where the installed software will be saved.|
|05:45|| Alternately, you may install this software in a different folder of your choice.
Do so by typing the required path in the field Folder.
|05:56||You can also click on the tab Browse and select the desired path.|
|06:03||However, I will keep the folder path as it is, in the field Folder.|
|06:09||Now click on the Next button at the bottom of the window.|
|06:14||Another new window Confirm Installation opens.|
|06:19||Now click on the Next button at the bottom of the same window.|
|06:25||Installing MarcEdit 7 window opens.|
|06:30||After this, we see a success message window.
It says- Installation Complete.
MarcEdit 7 has been successfully installed.
|06:42||Click on the Close button to exit this window.|
|06:47||A window with the title MarcEdit 7.0.250 By Terry Reese opens.|
|06:56||Now minimize all the windows that are open.|
|07:01||You will see that a shortcut is created on the Desktop.|
|07:06||With this, we have successfully installed MarcEditor on the Desktop of a 64-bit Windows machine.|
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