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Secure Notes Organizer

Organizing your Data

Secure Notes Organizer is a program that helps you organize your data in a convenient form. In organizing this data the program offers you sufficient flexibility to let you do it the way you find most useful. Data can be organized in three basic document types: Business Organizer, Private Memoirs and Empty Document. Once you have decided the type of document you wish to create you can then create folders within these documents. Again, there are three types of folder structures from which you can choose: folders placed as a stack of mini-documents within your document, folders and sub-folders placed on a tree and folders and sub-folders in the auto calendar. You can choose the appropriate format depending on what you find most convenient. Whatever folder structure you choose, you have the flexibility of adding new folders and sub-folders to the existing structure whenever you want.

The Business Organizer is the ideal document type to store your business or official data. Within that, the choice of folder structure will depend on the kind of data that is being stored.

For example, you may wish to store your business documents according to the classifications that you have made. So, within your Business Organizer document you can create folders that reflect your classification scheme. Thus you could have main folders called Tax, Inventory, Salaries, and/or Clients. Within each of these, you could have subfolders. For example, within Inventory you could have subfolders for each month or each quarter in which you will record inventory positions in each month or quarter.

On the other hand, if within your Business Organizer you are tracking your schedule and appointments you can choose the Auto Calendar as the folder structure. Within this structure you can insert subfolders for each month. Within the folder for each month entries can be made for each date on which you wish to enter a record, schedule or appointment.

This same principle of data organization can apply to the Private Memoir or the Empty Document.

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