Organizing your paper and computers files enables you to find them fast and management information. To manage your files, avoid saving unnecessary documents, follow a consistent method for naming them, and separate ongoing projects from completed worik. Avoid overfilling folders by creating subfolders. Scan paper documents to go paperless or create digital backups. For more tips, read articles about the art of filing, computer files, office files, and personal files. For in-depth study, read books like Creating an Effective File System, Getting Things Done and Organizing Files and Directories, and Taming the Paper Tiger. Visit the Smead Website for an archive of articles about organizing home and office files.