_5_Forms_f05 - Forms What is a form? Gather Process...

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Forms
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What is a form? Gather Process Communicate
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Proper Design Easier clerical procedures Reductions in clerical errors Goodwill
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Improper Design Eyestrain Fatigue Clerical Errors Undermine morale Cost money for extra processing
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Improper Design Not enough room to write Form is too small Form it too big Expensive to print Color; Size Confuses the user
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Business Forms Purchase orders Sales orders Receipts Shipping forms Bills Personnel information ………
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Forms Management
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Objectives To provide Efficient forms @ the lowest cost To produce Attractive, effective forms Enhance the organization’s image …consistent with the form’s role.
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Information about Forms Business Forms Management Association Portland, Oregon Training resources Publications Seminars Annual symposium
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Controlling Costs of Forms Using proven forms design principles Choosing the most efficient type of form construction Decrease costs in processing forms Forms Inventory
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Cost Factors Creating Printing Processing data received Mailing Filing Storage of blank forms Obsolete/revised
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Types of Business Forms
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Paper Forms Cut sheets Unit sets Continuous
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Cut Sheets Simple one-part form Cheap to reproduce Any type paper
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Unit Sets Multi-part forms May have carbon (old type) Carbonless paper May be called Snapouts, snapsets, snap-a-parts Speedisets, E-Z-Outs
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Continuous Forms Long strips, connected, with perforations Used for high volume Computer fill in
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Traditional Timeless Forms Labels Tags Mailers Envelopes Checks
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course BSAT 321 taught by Professor Melaniemeche during the Spring '09 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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