How do you make a routing slip?
Creating a Routing Slip
When you're ready to create the routing slip, choose File > Document > Routing Slip. The Routing Slip dialog box appears (see Figure 1). Type a subject in the Subject text box. The Message text box is a great place to leave instructions for the reviewers, so if you like, type a message there.
What is routine slip?
Wiktionary. routing slipnoun. A slip of paper that specifies a route for a document to circulate.
What is a routing slip used for?
A routing slip is a configuration that specifies a sequence of processing steps (services). This routing slip must be attached to the message to be processed. Each service (processing step) is designed to receive the message, perform its functionality (based on the configuration) and invoke the next service.
The routing process provides a streamlined and efficient method to facilitate the internal review of grant applications prior to submission.
Routing slips are a way of bringing either matter records or matter documents to the attention of an individual from whom an action or response is needed.
Routing Slips. a form that contains the medical office's most common procedure and diagnosis codes and descriptions. It also contains the patient's name, demographics, and billing information and may or may not include pricing.
To add or edit a routing slip sheet, double-click an existing routing slip or click Add to create a new slip. Add or edit the Sheet Field Types as needed then click OK to save.
Types of records
Vinyl records typically come in three speeds: 33, 45 and 78 rotations per minute (RPM).
Records which pertain to the origin, development, activities, and accomplishments of the agency. These generally fall into two categories: policy records and operational records.
Any flat disc record, made between about 1898 and the late 1950s and playing at a speed around 78 revolutions per minute is called a "78" by collectors. The materials of which discs were made and with which they were coated were also various; shellac eventually became the commonest material.
Filing Methods: Alphabetical, Numerical, geographical, chronological and subject wise