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How do you categorize vinyl records?

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How do you arrange records?

Select a field you want to sort by. Click the Home tab on the Ribbon, and locate the Sort & Filter group. Sort the field by selecting the Ascending or Descending command. The table will now be sorted by the selected field. To save the new sort, click the Save command on the Quick Access Toolbar.

How do you organize 45 records?

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How do you organize information?

Order of location. A memo on the status of your company's offices could be organized by state or by region. Chronological order. This format presents the facts in the order in which they happened. Problem/solution. Inverted pyramid. Deductive order. Inductive order. Priority sequence.

How do I display a record collection?

Record Frames. Record frames are the most popular option for displaying vinyl. Picture Ledges. You've probably seen these at your local record store, lining the walls they not only work as great displays, but give you easy access to your collection! Record Storage Crates.

How do I organize my CD collection?

They are placed alphabetically by artist on around 10 shelves (shelves are vertically aligned one above the other, and are bounded on the sides). The first CD is on the top shelf in the leftmost position. The next CD is to the right of it. When a shelf is filled, the next CD goes on shelf below, again on the left.

How do you categorize CDS?

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How do you categorize a DVD?

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