Working With Documents

Documents are a crucial element of any job. If you’re handing over a project to an incoming team member or preparing for a busy season documentation is essential. Documentation that is well-organized allows you to provide an abundance of details, from account logins to step-bystep instructions that your team can use when the work is getting more intense. Documentation can also help save time since you don’t have to go through emails or download files in order to locate the information you require.

Document Document (noun) is a piece of paper that is filled with official information such as a contract, receipt or letter. Documents may be written record, such as an entry in a journal or an academic report. Documents are either semistructured or unstructured. Unstructured documents are handwritten notes, newspaper articles, and letters; semistructured documents include databases, books and online blogs. Documents can also be work of nonfiction that serves as the reader with a reference to study or compare, like manuscripts illustrations, printed matter maps, photographs and museum specimens.

On the macOS device documents are an image file that contains text and formatting in a form that can be printed on standard paper, or viewed on screens. Documents can be created 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 information. You can also find support for these apps and others by selecting Help in the menu bar while working or by searching “document” on your Mac.

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