Monday, June 13th, 2005

Welcome to the FinderWare Newsletter
Tips for FinderWare
New York Times Best Sellers List
Editor's Pick
Welcome to the FinderWare Newsletter

The New Look of FinderWare



We are very excited to announce that we have recently “overhauled” our website. We invite you to take a look at FinderWare.com. We have enhanced the site and changed the feel and look to be more user-friendly and accessible to our customers. In addition to the new look, we will be sending out a newsletter, like this, once a month. The newsletter will contain any information regarding FinderWare, book reviews, and common information other customers have requested. We want to gear this newsletter, our website, and the FinderWare program toward our customers. If there is something that you would like to see in any of the above, please send us an email at support@finderware.com. We love to get feedback from our customers!

We have created this new format for communicating with those of you who have provided us with your email address. Your email address will only be used for FinderWare purposes (newsletters, updates, etc.) and will never be given to an outside institution. If you would like to be removed from our list, please scroll down to the bottom of the page where you can click on the unsubscribe link.

Tips for FinderWare


The tips we feature in the FinderWare newsletter are also available on our website under FAQ. The questions are from other customers. If you have any questions that you would like answered, send an email to support@finderware.com or call us at (303) 483-2694. We are here for you to make your experience with FinderWare a fulfilling one.


How do I delete books from My Library?

Deleting books from My Library is a feature that many people like. If you get rid of a book or just no longer want that book in My Library, you don’t have to keep it in your database.

To delete a book: right click on it then click on Delete Selected Books from the drop down menu.

There are two ways to delete more than one book at a time:

1. If the books are located next to each other, click on the first book and then click on the last book while holding down the shift key. All the books between the first and last book selected will become highlighted. Right click anywhere in the highlighted section and select Delete Selected Books from the drop down menu.

OR

2. If the books are not located next to each other, click on the first book and then click on the next book while holding down the control key. Both books will become highlighted. Continue this process (clicking on a book while holding down the control key) until all the books you want to delete are highlighted. Right click on any one of the highlighted books and select Delete Selected Books from the drop down menu.


How do I print reports from FinderWare?

The best way to go about printing reports is to print from My Library. To print the information you want, you will need to select the criteria for your report. Go to Edit Column View under Administration. From this section, you can select columns for My Library and in what order you want them. Select the columns by checking the boxes to the left of each criterion. Put the columns in order by highlighting one and then using the up and down arrow buttons to the right of the list. After you select your columns and put them in order, go back to My Library. You can print your entire library or do a search for a genre/keyword/author/etc. and print that list of books. Highlight the books you want printed (click on one and then hold down the shift key as you click on the last book to highlight a section or hold down the control key to select multiple individual books). Click on the File tab at the top of the screen then click on Print from the drop down menu.


The FinderWare Program

New York Times Best Sellers List

James Patterson's 4TH OF JULY



Fiction

1. 4th OF JULY – James Patterson
2. TRUE BELIEVER – Nicholas Sparks
3. THE DA VINCI CODE – Dan Brown
4. THE MERMAID CHAIR – Sue Monk Kidd
5. VELOCITY - Dean Koonz
6. THE CLOSERS - Micheal Connelly
7. RAGE - Johnathan Kellerman
8. BROKEN PREY – John Sandford
9. DEVIL'S CORNER - Lisa Scottoline
10. REVENGE OF THE SITH – Matthew Stover

Nonfiction

1. 1776 - David McCullough
2. FREAKONOMICS – Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
3. THE WORLD IS FLAT – Thomas L. Friedman
4. BLINK – Malcolm Gladwell
5. ON BULL ---- - Harry G. Frankfurt
6. AMERICA (THE BOOK) – Jon Stewart, Ben Karlin, David Javerbaum, et al.
7. THE BOYS OF POINTE DU HOC - Douglas Brinkley
8. COACH - Micheal Lewis
9. COLLAPSE - Jared Diamond
10. OH THE GLORY OF IT ALL - Sean Wilsey


The New York Times Best Sellers List is taken from the New York Times Book Review. The Fiction and Nonfiction lists included in this newsletter are only the top ten of the Hardcover Best Sellers Lists published on June 19, 2005.

Editor's Pick


TRUE BELIEVER by Nicholas Sparks

Reviewed by FinderWare Staff Editor

In true Sparks style, True Believer is full of love, human relationships, and an unexpected ending. With a plot that never tires, Sparks is able to weave a story about two people, each untrusting of love, and their entwining lives. The story begins with Jeremy Marsh, a scientific journalist, traveling to Boone Creek, North Carolina to investigate a story of ghosts appearing in a graveyard. He is called there by Doris McCellan, who is a diviner able to tell the sex of unborn babies. Doris calls Jeremy, with his ability to find the truth, to call the ghosts what they really are. While researching the ghosts, Jeremy comes across the librarian of Boone Creek, and Doris’ granddaughter, Lexie Darnell. This is where the romantic twist of the story begins. Throughout the book, Jeremy continues to investigate the strange phenomenon of ghosts in the cemetery while growing closer to Lexie.

Although this is not one of Nicholas Sparks’ best books, it is still worth the read. He develops his characters realistically and unravels the plot at an easy pace. 3 ˝*


*Based on the 1-5 rating scale


Nicholas Sparks' TRUE BELIEVER

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