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ANSI/ARMA 12-2005

Establishing Alphabetic, Numeric and Subject Filing Systems

This standard contains requirements for subject, alphabetic, and numeric filing systems. The alphabetic guidelines can be used for arrangement of indices or within subject and alphanumeric filing systems. Alphabetic filing is a method for arranging data within a filing system or index, as well as a filing system. Although this standard is intended to be used with all media, some exceptions, such as leading zeroes, may occur with electronic systems.


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