Latin America and Caribbean

Connexion browser, easy and always up to date

Connexion helps make cataloging available more places and for more people by way of its Web interface. The Connexion browser is utilized like any Web site through a standard browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.

Key functionality

Connexion browser screen
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The interface provides all the advantages inherent in a Web view—it's easy to learn, navigate and use. Browser-based functionality ensures that you're always using the latest version—no software updates are required.

Some Connexion functionality is currently available only from the browser version:

Note: certain Connexion functionality, such as macros, offline cataloging, batch processing, and cataloging using non-Latin scripts (Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Chinese, Cyrillic, Devanagari, Ethiopic, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Syriac, Tamil and Thai) is available only in the Windows-based Connexion client.

A detailed comparison chart is available to help you compare functionality in the Connexion browser and Connexion client, point by point.

System requirements

Software Hardware
Current-generation web browser See hardware specifications recommended by Microsoft or Netscape for your browser version

Further instruction

Complete information on using the Connexion browser is available in Connexion browser documentation.

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