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message 1: by BookishDreamer (new)

BookishDreamer | 4 comments It appears there are 3 different entries for William Le Queux. Is it possible to merge these entries?


message 2: by Melody (last edited Sep 20, 2010 08:14AM) (new)

Melody (runningtune) | 13278 comments BookishDreamer wrote: " ...Is it possible to merge these entries?"

Yes it is possible. Just change the spelling of each profile to match the correct one. When asked if you want to merge the profiles - say yes. But take care that you are keeping the correct one. I did this one for you.

message 3: by BookishDreamer (new)

BookishDreamer | 4 comments Thanks for your help!

message 4: by Melody (new)

Melody (runningtune) | 13278 comments I even found a couple of other listings for him and threw those in there too. I think I combined all his work - but you can take a look.

message 5: by willaful (last edited Sep 20, 2010 08:42AM) (new)

willaful I wonder what the record is for most listings for the same author? I struck gold with E. Nesbit and I wouldn't be surprised if I didn't find them all. There was no way to mangle an author's name that hadn't been done to that poor woman!

message 6: by Melody (new)

Melody (runningtune) | 13278 comments I hate to tell you this but ....

message 7: by willaful (new)

willaful Oh man! What makes that even more sad was I specifically looked through The Railway Children for screw-ups. I guess I didn't look far enough. :-)

message 8: by Melody (new)

Melody (runningtune) | 13278 comments You can use the add book/author to enter a partial name and it will bring up the authors. I looked up e n and e. n and nes and edith n. But you were very thorough. That listing did appear as a secondary listing on only one book. Just trying to secure your record.

message 9: by willaful (new)

willaful Thanks for the tip. The regular search function is not very useful for this sort of thing.

message 10: by Melody (new)

Melody (runningtune) | 13278 comments No - it really is not.

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