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Abraquest Release 2.8.1.1 has just been released to resolve a problem for some customers using Year End on 2.8.1.0. It is recommended that all customers install this release.

The Unattended Issue/Returns long under development was published a couple of weeks ago. Following consultations with early customers, its now available for general release.

The latest Abraquest Release is a maintenance release that clears up one or two errors messages including those who are still on Windows XP, which is no longer supported by Microsoft. All users should upgrade to this version and as always, Software Assurance customers get releases for free.

The Abraquest documentation is rather wordy, intended to be a step by step guide. Here is a potted summary in one place of the things you need to think about when setting up Abraquest.

 

The Unattended Issue/Returns Release is finally here. Brief details within this post. More to follow later. We recommend that this release is installed due to the number of year ends that will be run in the next few weeks - this release contains a new button in year end that makes it easier to understand.

The next release of Abraquest is nearly upon us. This post offers a sneak preview of the final version of Unattended Issue/Returns, and details of what is coming up.

Abraquest has managed for the past 20 years by teacher logging into the system and then leaving the children to scan books to issue or return them. The next release of Abraquest adds optional additional features to allow pupils to issue and return books without teacher being in the room. This release doesn't replace any existing Abraquest functions although it should be faster than the old method and is free to all new and existing Abraquest Software Assurance customers. Please read on for more information.

As of the next release of Abraquest, Abraquest Software Assurance customers will be able to upload the school logo into Abraquest and replace the Abraquest logo.

The next release of Abraquest will have four options for printing spine labels, instead of the two currently available. There are also the letter labels for fiction books that we can provide. This post explains the options available.

Later this week, Abraquest will link with the Google and Amazon book systems, to help save more time when adding new books into the Abraquest system. Users don't need to do anything they should immediately get better results when adding new books to Abraquest.

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