Have you ever wanted to:
- know where a certain photographs is located on your hard drive or folder?
- find a photographs with a specific person in it?
- document who’s in a photograph for future reference?
Are your photographs organized or are they scattered all over the place?
- You’re NOT ORGANIZED if all you photos are in photo albums, boxes, and/or drawers.
- You’re NOT ORGANIZED if you can’t readily find what you’re looking for.
Did you know:
- That you can organize physical photographs and digital images so that they’re easily located and retrieved?
- That you can organize photographs and documents so that you readily identify who’s on what photograph and where that photograph is located?
How do you deal with group photographs?
- Do you make multiple copies?
- How do you identify who’s in them – years later?
You will learn:
- Why it’s important to assign a Unique ID ( Indexing ) to every member of your family and how to use it when organizing your photographs and documents.
- How to use Microsoft Excel to create spreadsheets.
- How to organize and manage simple or complex photographs.
- How to sort spreadsheets to readily locate photographs and documents and find people among all of them.
- How to be TOTALLY ORGANIZED.
Library of Congress Control Number: 2013957608