Working With Documents

Documents are an essential part of any job. Whether you’re handing off the project to an employee who is new to the team or getting ready for a busy season documentation is a must. You can provide your team with many details including login details for accounts and step-bystep directions by creating effective documentation. Documentation also helps save time since you don’t have to search through emails or download files in order to locate the information you need.

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

A document is a type of file on the macOS device that contains text and formatting that can be printed on paper or displayed on a screen. You can create documents with macOS applications like Pages and TextEdit and templates downloaded from the App Store. Apple Documentation for Pages or Apple Documentation for TextEdit can provide more details. You can also get help with these applications and other by clicking Help in the menu bar or searching for “document” while working.

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