Filing and Indexing with Business Procedure

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Rand, McNally, 1924 - Filing systems - 251 pages
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Contents

How THE MODERN OEFICE CAME INTO BEING
1
THE OLDTIME OFFICE AND ITS SUCCESSOR
8
OFFICE APPLIANCES
13
THE STENOGRAPHER AND THE TYPIST
23
BUSINESS COMPOSITION WRITTEN AND ORAL
30
RAPID COMMUNICATION
35
FILING
42
METHODS OF FILING
46
GEOGRAPHIC FILING
104
GEOGRAPHIC FILING BY CITY
106
NUMERIC NAME FILING III
111
SUBJECT FILINGALPHABETIC
117
SUBJECT FILINGNUMERIC
120
SUBJECT FILINGDECIMAL
124
THE CHARGING SYSTEM
130
FOLLOWUP OR TICKLER SYSTEM
142

THE UNIT IDEA AND STANDARDIZED SIZES
50
THE IMPORTANCE OF FINDING
57
ALPHABETIC FILING
68
RULES FOR ALPHABETIC ENTRIES
71
RULES FOR ALPHABETIC ARRANGEMENTINDIvIDUALS
76
RULES FOR ALPHABETINGCORPORATE ENTRIES
81
RULES TOR ALPHABETINGGEOGRAPHIC ENTRIES
86
ALPHABETIC ENTRIESSUBJECTS
90
CODING
100
THE ORGANIZATION OF MODERN BUSINESS
165
THE TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT
183
RECORDS IN THE TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT
192
OTHER DEPARTMENTAL RECORDS
207
THE BUSINESS LIBRARY
213
The Appendix
233
The Index
242
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