Working With Documents

Working with documents is an essential part of any job. If you’re handing over an undertaking to an employee who is new to the team or making preparations for a busy season documentation is a must. Effective documentation lets you provide a wealth of information including login information for accounts to step-by-step instructions, that your team can trust when work gets busy. Documentation can also save you time since you don’t have to look through emails or download files to find the information you need.

Document Document (noun) is a piece of that contains official information, such as a receipt contract or letter. Documents may be written record, for example, an entry in a journal, or a report for school. Documents can be semistructured or unstructured. Unstructured documents are handwritten notes, newspaper articles, and letters; semistructured are books, databases, and online blogs. Documents can also be a work of nonfiction that provides a reference study or comparison, like manuscripts, illustrations, printed matter maps, photographs and museum specimens.

On the macOS device, a document is an image file that contains text and formatting in a form that can be printed on a standard piece of paper, or viewed on screens. You can create documents using macOS applications like Pages and TextEdit and also by using templates in the App Store. Apple Documentation for Pages or Apple Documentation for TextEdit can provide more details. You can also seek help with these apps and others by clicking Help in the menu bar or searching for “document” while working.


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