Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by SensibleSal66, Jan 15, 2021.
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I can divide the spreadsheets for each variety or collection type. Here's a screen shot of part of one of my spreadsheets.
, I'm continually sorting.
Curiosity got to me, so I hit up Google for cataloging info.
It could be customized any way you wanted it, something that most other coin collecting software didn't offer.
And yeah, you can customize Excel any way you want it too. But with Excel you have to build everything. With this, it's all already built for you.
The thing that helped me the most is the report designer. Anything is possible.
Options for Mac users like myself are limited, so I created a catalog template in Word. I can't sort by different categories, but other than that it does everything I would want a coin program to do.
Easy to load your coin info/details, notes, and images and you can export it as a PDF or EXCEL.
They are working on even more features, but it's simple and powerful and you won't be tied to an app. Eventually you'll be able to upload spreadsheets to add to your collection as well...but since you can download the spreadsheets you'll be able to then upload those into some other app or program at some point if you so decide...or print them out and lock them up with your will
Its a website where you can catalogue your coin collection. I like it because there is also a forum (not as active as CT) and other members that you can swap with. I personally don't use Numista to catalogue my collection but I use it to trade with other members to fill my US coin albums. A lot of people on there collect world coins, just throw some on your swap list and people will want to trade for them. I noticed there aren't many people from the US on there so when you trade internationally, it gets pretty expensive. Other than that though, its an amazing source for pretty much every coin you can think of.
Well that's vague...
I was lucky. Having CoinManage I was actually able to export my files to excel. I had to do a bit of modification to the sheets to fit my preference but it at least sent most of my info over.
If you have a lot of time and little experience MS Access works very well.
Excel is just a whole lot easier.
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