Numerical Filing Systems?

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A Numerical filing system is one that uses numbers instead of letters to organize and arrange files. Numerical systems are usually color-coded. The colors make it easy to find a file and there are less mistakes in returning a file. The two different types of labels used in a numeric file system are single and double numbers. Single numbers are the first reference to colors. Double numbers are the last 10 numbers grouped into one color. The grouping of numbers allows easy identification and larger color bands.
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