Once you’ve found the items you’re looking for, you can view and export them in many different ways depending on your needs.
By using the view toggle buttons, you can quickly switch between Detailed, Slide, Spreadsheet, and Map views.
Detailed View shows some of the most frequently used information (including the item’s description, culture, and materials). It’s also a great view to use when doing an all fields search since it shows where in the item record the matching text was found.
Slide View only shows an image and the name of items. This makes it ideal if, for example, you are looking looking through masks for one of a particular style.
Spreadsheet View is best when you want to focus on an attribute of the items that isn’t shown in another view. For instance, if you wanted to view at a glance the date that the each of items in your search was made, using Spreadsheet View would be the way to go.
Map View shows all of your results plotted on an interactive map. It’s simply the best way to see where the objects in your search were created.
Exporting and Printing Your Results
If you want to do some analysis of your search results using Microsoft Excel, just click the Export Spreadsheet button. The spreadsheet takes a few minutes to generate, but the RRN will email it to you when it is finished.
If you’d rather have a paper copy of your results, you can do so by clicking the Print button and choosing your Print View. Printing items as a slide table produces a similar result to viewing your results as a slide table, while choosing a spreadsheet print view creates a result similar to viewing your results as a spreadsheet. Lastly, printing using Item Record view lets you print a full page for each object containing all its information.