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February 24, 2010


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Haven't across anyone who enjoys filing. It is best to do filing regularly rather than let it all pile up. It is a good idea to reduce the amount of hard copy document and either scan or get them sent electronically.

Ariane Benefit, M.S.Ed.

So true, Debra! Thanks for your contribution!


Love this bit of info. I have a filing cabinet that desperately needs attention.

Allie Orange


I love yur filing system!

Having it be aesthetically pleasing is important to me and yours cetainly is! I am currently converting mine over from drab green folders to white folders with colored tabs I'm making in Word.

I also loved the idea of the 4 categories you used in the front for items that need to be acted upon in some way and would be interested in seeing other examples of other actual categories you set up in a filing system.

Would they be covered in your "Take Charge of Your Paper" e-book or will they be in your book on hanging files?

Thanks in advance,

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