A couple months ago I was given the very unglamorous job of archiving old company files. I knew it would be hard work, but I had no idea how much work it was going to be. Here are the steps I took:
1.) Sorting boxes in the warehouse. Throwing out stuff we didn't need, keeping stuff we did.
2.) Emptying all the filing cabinets in the office. Sorting the files. Throwing out stuff we didn't need, keeping stuff we did.
3.) Moving 45 bankers boxes full of files down a flight of stairs and into the warehouse.
4.) Unpacking the boxes from upstairs and the boxes from the warehouse and alphabetizing all of the individual files.
5.) Repacking the files in alphabetical order.
6.) Entering each file into a computer program so we can find them later.
7.) Barcoding the boxes according to the storage company's specifications.
I've been working off and on on this project since spring. I've been working non-stop on this project for over a month. I finished the project yesterday. I'm feeling so proud of myself, that I just had to share.
Here's some pictures!
http://www.amgrider.net/photos/show-alb ... hotoid=681
There are comments on the pictures so you know what you're looking at. Oh, and my dad commented on it, too.
There's also some pictures of my office chair, but you can stop there if you don't want to look at it.