Working With Documents

Documents are a vital part of any job. Documentation is essential regardless of whether you’re planning for a busy season or handing over a project to another team member. You can give your team numerous details, such as account logins and step-bystep directions by putting together a solid documentation. Documentation can also save you time because you don’t need to go through emails or download files in order to locate the information you need.

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

A document is a piece of data on an macOS device that contains text and formatting that can be printed on paper or viewed using a screen. You can create documents using macOS applications such as Pages and TextEdit and by using templates available in the App Store. Apple Documentation for Pages or Apple Documentation for TextEdit can provide more details. You can also find help for these and other apps by choosing Help in the menu bar while working or by searching for “document” on your Mac.

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