Maintaining Address Types

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Maintaining Address Types

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Address types are primarily used when you have multiple addresses on a record, to differentiate between them when querying data for reports. For example, having an address type of "Home" and another type of "School" makes it easy to search for all members who live in a given city, vs go to school in a given city.

For example:

State = TX and 
Address Type = Home

 

will find members who live in Texas, but will ignore members who might have a university address there.

Note: You cannot delete a record that is in use. One solution is to create an entry called, "Undefined" or "Unknown" and merge the unwanted entries into that one.

Maintaining Address Types

1.On the Home ribbon, choose Lists from the Settings section.
 

2.On the System Lists window, expand the Addresses section.

3.Choose Address Types

4.Modify the list as needed.

Combining Values

Entries on this list can be combined into one. See Merging/Combining Values for details.