How do I sort the catalogue so I can see the next registration number in line?
On Victorian Collections, you can sort by all sorts of fields. You can do this by changing the settings within your item catalogue by doing the following:
Note: This will only change it for you, other people in your organisation will need to make the same change individually.
Click on the
symbol, select Add Sort Field, and
click on Registration
Then click on the black triangle next to Registration
to change the order from ascending to descending.
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