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Filing System

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Transcript of Filing System

Filing System By Group 3 How to create a folder
How to named a file
How to search the file 3.1 Looking by yourself 1.How to create a folder 2.How to name the files Computer Storage Security
File integrity
Storage savings
Duplication and distribution
Retrieval Types of films used with micrographics Diazo Film



Silver-Gelatin Film



Roll Film Filing System Computer Storage 3.How to search a file. Paper files Introduction Filing system is an abstraction to store, retrieve and update a set of files.
Essential of a filing system
Adequately,
Be protected
Low cost
Advantages of filing system
Fast
Cheap
good
blah blah Components Paper files
Microfilms
Computer Storage Tips Use abbreviations.
Use common names.
Organize files by dates. Use thumnails Use Tiles and Icon view Use List View 3.2 Using a search program For Window XP For Window Vista and Window 7 Microfilms Micrographics is a series of activities which record reduced images of documents, called micro-images. Micrographic processes Definations Source document microfilm systems
Computer-Output-Microfilm, or COM systems Benefits of Microfilms Unitized Microfilm
-Microfiche




-Jackets What records should be in microfilmed? Long-term records
Closed inactive records
Large quantity data
Full text data Cost/Benefit Factors Microfilm storage Short and medium-term
Long-term
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