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About Collector's Book©
Collector’s Book© is a quick and easy way for collectors to catalog any collection and for searching and sorting the collection’s information in unique ways. Each piece in the collection can have it’s photo and data saved as a pdf file. A user code can be set up to protect the collection and restrict access to the information. With Collector’s Book you’ll have your collection at your fingertips making it convenient for shows or insurance purposes.
Collector’s Book allows the collector to set up 20 different data fields for each piece in the collection. This gives the collector plenty of space to provide all the information they have on each piece. Those 20 fields are sortable, making it possible to create many different catalog lists as needed.
Each field has one of four different types associated with it: string, long, float, or date. Each field is described by a label which is completely user defined. The labels can be altered at will and additional fields can be added for a total of 20 labels, in case information was left out during the initial set up of the collection. This allows for the user to select the information that is displayed for each item in a collection. Each piece in the collection also has a field for photographs.
Each piece in the collection can be photographed and the photo (or photos) displayed along with the information about the item in the collection. This is what makes up the detail view of each piece.
Tapping the photograph on the detail page brings up the photo detail page. You can also easily move about the catalog from the detail page of a single item. While in detail mode and photo detail mode, pinching the screen will take the user back to the commands page which is page 0. Swiping backwards to page 0 will also bring the user back to the commands page. Swiping left or right, changes pages in the detail or photo detail pages.
The collector will easily find any piece in the collection by using the index page which is arranged by the current sorting choice. Initially, it’s sorted by index number. The index page shows photos of each item and the user only has to tap the photo to get to the detail page of that piece in the collection.
If the collector wants a printed list, printing can be done from the command page. What will print will be the collection as it is currently sorted. What can be printed is either user-selected fields or the photograph(s) for each entry in the collection. A pdf file is created and can either be printed through AirPrint or can be e-mailed to a device that has access to a printer.
Each collection can have a read/write-capable user code set up. Subsequent user codes can be restricted to read only if needed.
Collector’s Book © is a quick and easy way for collectors to catalog their collections, protect their collection information and share their collection’s information at the touch of a button.