Purpose: To streamline routine cataloging procedures by utilizing automated commands in OCLC.
Introduction to Macros
The following text is reproduced from Introduction to OCLC Macro Language for Connexion Client
What are macros?
Macros are short programs you write to automate routine tasks. Macros are built from commands. Each command does one step in the procedure you want to run automatically.
Creating and using macros is optional and requires some understanding of BASIC programming language.
The client supports macros written using OCLC Macro Language (OML), which provides:
Using macros can help to:
How to Use OCLC Macros
For full documentation and support relating to OCLC Connexion macros, see OCLC Documentation online.
Or, from a Connexion Client session select:
Help>Client Help (F1)>Contents>Client Basics>Use Macros