|Each checklist is displayed in this window. The upper section displays information
about the set, such as manufacturer, year of issue, etc.
|The next section contains markable items that could be collected for the set, such as
wrappers, sell sheets, and display boxes. Any item that is greyed out is not considered to
exist for that set.
|The next section contains four check boxes that can be used to quickly
mark or unmark whole sections of the checklist. You must then click the Submit Changes
button to have your changes accepted.
Select All Commons will mark all cards with a type of Common.
Select All Inserts will mark all cards with any other type.
Select Entire Set marks all cards in the set.
Deselect Entire Set unmarks all cards in the set.
|The final section lists all known cards in the set. The checkbox to the left should be
used to mark individual cards. The card number listed is from the actual card, if
available, or assigned by the system (usually in lowercase letters) if the card did not
have any visible numbering scheme. The Rarity column is used only for gaming cards, and
indicates the relative rarity of the card related to others in the set, not the overall
difficulty of finding the card. Type puts the cards into a category, so to speak..a common
card, promo insert, premium or misc. card. This allows whole 'types'of cards to be
selected, esp in the case of the common cards where most people will have the full set.
Now that the checklists reflect your needs, click on the Needs List
(found under the Info Tab). Checkmark the catagories of cards you collect and then click
on Display checklist. This will create a personalized Needs list that you can print out
and take to shows or whatever. By keeping the needs list current, the program will ignore
those types of cards you don't collect and only print out those you are interested in.
If there are any more questions, please email Lynne