Business Document Templates

November 3rd, 2008

As a business owner, I’m sure there are many instances where you find yourself typing up a wide array of letters and miscellaneous documents. While it takes longer the first time around, you can make it much faster the next time by using a template from the document you just created, rather than reinventing the wheel each time.

In MS office, this is easy. Rather than saving your letter or document as a .doc, simply select the dropdown options and select the .dot instead. Then the next time you want to create a similar document or letter, click on Start>New Office Document. On the “General” tab, you should see your document there as a template to use over and over again.

Now even creating the document in the first place can be frustrating and time consuming. Especially, when you’re focused on the more important aspects of running your business…like increasing profits and improving productivity.

Well, thanks to a new site called .Docstoc, you don’t even have to create the document in the first place. .Docstoc is a website where you can find and share professional documents that have already been typed for you. All you need to do is download it, and personalize it to your liking.

There are documents for almost every business owners need, such as legal, employment, operations, sales & marketing, finance, and the list goes on.

I’ve used it several times for generic documents, or just to look at a few examples to get the brain working. I wish you well in managing your office documents!

Go visit .Docstoc now!

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