The 10-Hour Series covers a variety of important technology-based business skills with short texts that can be completed in ten hours. The Internet and technology are used extensively in this series for research, instruction, and application. These books, many supported by data disks or CDs, are brief, uncomplicated, and activity-based, requiring minimal instructor intervention. This 10-lesson book teaches skills for storing and finding information. This book presents the ten most important records management concepts applied to paper and electronic storage methods. At the end of the ten lessons, users will have the tools they need to meet recognized filing principles.
1. Indecision - Throw Out or Save 2. Organize Your Time and Your Clutter 3. Understanding a Record''s Life 4. Keep or Dispose of Records 5. Understanding the Disk Storage Structure 6. Organize Your Computer Files 7. Managing E-mail 8. Paper vs. Electronic Storage 9. Arrange Files for Storage and Retrieval 10. Sum It Up With a Manual