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How to Edit Patron Information

To find a patron record, use the Quick Search box. You can find it on the Staff Home page, the System Maintenance page, or from the Patron Information link.
When you've located the record click on the  icon to edit the Patron Information.

If you access the record from the Staff Home Page, you can edit the basic registration information for the patron and change passwords.

If you've accessed the record from the Patron Information link, you have more options.

You can merge multiple patron records into one.

You can list all patrons who are not currently registered for a program.

You can delete all unregistered patrons from the system.

By clicking the icon, you can access a more complete page of information about the patron than just what is required for a given program.  Fields included are: Parent information, birth date, address, phone number, email and library card information.

Program specific information will appear at the bottom of the page.
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