Working With Documents

Documents are an integral part of any job. Documentation is essential when you’re preparing for busy seasons or transferring the project to a different team member. You can provide your team with many details, such as account logins and step-by-step directions by creating effective documentation. Documentation also helps save time, since you won’t need to go through emails or downloads to find the information you require.

Document Document (noun) is a piece of that has official information like a receipt, contract, or letter. Documents can also be an written record of something like an entry in a journal or school report. Documents can be structured or semistructured. Documents that are not structured include handwritten notes, newspaper articles, and letters; semistructured include databases, books and blogs on the internet. Documents can also be nonfictional pieces that serve as information, research, or a comparison. Examples include manuscripts, printed material, illustrations, photos, maps, and museum specimens.

On an macOS device, a document is a file that holds formatting and text in a format that can be printed on a standard piece of paper, or displayed on the screen. You can create documents with macOS apps such as Pages and TextEdit and templates downloaded from the App Store. For more information, visit the Apple Documentation for Pages and the Apple Documentation for TextEdit. You can also find assistance for these and other apps by clicking Help in the menu bar while working or by searching “document” on your Mac.

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