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Editing the Zip Code table

Article ID: 659
Last updated: 11 Mar, 2010

Editing the Zip Code Table

When you enter a Zip Code in a Master Record, the City, State, County, and Congressional
District fields are automatically populated with information stored in the Zip Code Table. There
are times when you will need to make modifications to an existing Zip Code or add a Zip Code
to the Zip Code Table.
 
The System Administrator enables a User’s ability to Edit Tables through the User Setup
Privileges. If the Edit Tables privilege was not enabled, the User will not be able to add, edit, or
delete Zip Codes

ADVISORY: Changes made to existing Zip Codes on the Zip Code Table
only affect Records added after the change. Existing Records are not
changed. For help with changing existing Records, call Aristotle Technical
Support at 1-800-243-4401

Adding a Zip Code
Step-by-Step…
1.  From the Main Menu Bar, select Utilities > Edit Zip Code Table.


2.  Enter the Zip Code you want to add.
 
3.  Click Search. If no entries exist for the Zip Code, the List Box says, “No
Entries.”
 
4.  Select the Add button.
 
5.  Enter the City, State, County, and Congressional District in the
appropriate fields.
6.  Click OK to save and close the dialog box.

Changing a Zip Code Entry
Step-by-Step…
1.  From the Main Menu Bar, select Utilities > Edit Zip Code Table.
 
2.  Enter the Zip Code you want to edit.
 
3.  Press the Search button to locate the Zip Code.
 
4.  Press the Modify button.
 
5.  Make the necessary changes.

6.  Click OK to close and save the changes.

Deleting a Zip Code
If a User inadvertently adds an incorrect Zip Code to the Zip Code Table, you can delete it
from the Zip Code table.
Step-by-Step…
1.  From the Main Menu Bar, select Utilities > Edit Zip Code Table.
 
2.  Enter the Zip Code and click Search.
 
3.  Highlight the Zip Code you want to delete.
 
4.  Click the Delete button.

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Article ID: 659
Last updated: 11 Mar, 2010
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