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Old 03-15-2014, 06:27 AM
nmCollector nmCollector is offline
 
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Question Track Books, Knives, and Swords

What fields would you like to track for Books, Knives and Swords? Please reply to this post with your suggestions. I will take them and update my Books, Knives, and Japanese Swords templates and / or create a new Swords template.

You can download (for free - no extra charge) the current Books, Knives, and Japanese Swords templates from my Collection Templates page. Included on that page are instructions for importing these templates into the CMP Edition of NM Collector Software. You can keep all of your collection types in one copy of NM Collector or you can run them separately - all at no extra charge.

I do not have a generic sword template but can easily add one. In fact, you can create your own template to meet your needs. Instructions for doing that can be found in my Creating a Home Inventory Collection Type step by step example.

I am happy to create a generic Sword template and make it available to the collecting community. Perhaps the Knife template could be modified to serve as a first cut at a Sword template. Once I get feedback on what fields to include I will build it.

Thanks for your support!
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Old 03-16-2014, 05:20 PM
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Please see my related post on how to run multiple copies of NM Collector Software for multiple collections.
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Old 12-27-2014, 07:05 PM
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My guess is that most of the people here interested in edged weapons are going to be interested in knives and bayonets. In terms of what fields they would want, Model, Maker, date of manufacture, serial number, finish, grips, and scabbard.
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Old 12-27-2014, 08:17 PM
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Thumbs up Knives and Swords

Thanks for the feedback. This is what I have so far Knives. It could probably work for most swords as well. Didn't even think of scabbard.


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