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Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 4

This is the fourth post in the Alphabetic Filing series. In this post, we are going to learn how to file those hyphenated and compound names. Rule 4 Hypenated and compound last names are treated as one word. Ignore the hypen (-) and file the two words as one unit. Consider the following examples: Luna… Read More »

Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 1

In this post, we are going to learn alphabetic filing. This part is included in the Sub-professional Civil Service Exam. Rule 1 Before alphabetizing, names of individuals should be arranged in the following order: Last Name, First Name, Middle name (or Middle Initial). Example Consider the following names to be arranged in alphabetical order. Romeo… Read More »

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