[TI] File system
Sharon R. Reif
sreif1956 at comcast.net
Wed May 13 16:22:52 CDT 2009
I would file by family...Mom, Dad and kids....birth, marriage, death, military, etc. for each person in that family. This will eliminate any confusion when cousins have the same names, but have different parents. For several generations (when children get married and start their own families), you can add a note as to where the "original" copies might be found, or make a copy if you have room and don't mind being redundant. But, of course, make sure you scan and hold those scanned copies on CD/ flash drive/ or other device....and back up any files held on your hard drive. Be prepared in case of fire/flood, etc. to have secure scanned documents.
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From: "Betsy Fusco" <bfusco at bellsouth.net>
To: terminiimerese at comunesofitaly.org
Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 3:02:42 PM GMT -06:00 Central America
Subject: [TI] File system
I know many of you have solved this dilemma. I need a filing system for my
growing collection of papers. My dear husband bought AND assembled two, two
drawer filing cabinets giving me 4 drawers of filing. I would like to use
one cabinet for my family and one cabinet for his family. How do I label
and file these. I don't think simple alphabet will due or that might just
be the librarian in me want to classify every thing! Any suggestions?
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