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  1. It would be extremely useful to have the program add up the face values of all stamps in a collection. This is the "original" value of the stamps and can be used for comparisons to current values. I have too many stamps to do this manually. Of course, each country would have to be done separately to avoid the currency exchange rate changes but that can be done outside the program or with a input screen as part of the country metadata.
  2. I am a new user to CoinManage 2017 and am not an experienced coin collector (yet). I purchased CoinManage because I am a very satisfied customer of HomeManage home inventory software and because I have a specific coin inventory use case. My father-in-law recently passed away and we found a box filled with dozens of film roll containers, plastic bottles, and ziploc baggies filled with thousands of coins. My mother-in-law has asked me what we should do with "all this money." My first goal is to get all the coins entered into CM2017 so I have an accurate list of the entire coin collection and a simple "face value" total of the coins (denomination times quantity, i.e. 2000 quarters times 25 cents, 650 dimes times 10 cents, 300 nickels times 5 cents, etc.). Then I'll start determining what the collector value is based on grade and demand. That's when I'll research how to be a bona fide coin collector and study the terminology and best practices. I may have missed it, but is there a standard report (or a way I can generate one) that shows simple "face value" of the coin inventory? Thanks, Sailor Guy
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