What type of documents are you creating / working on all day?


#1

Reading Epimer’s thread about saving document regularity, it made me wonder what type of documents people are working on? I don’t mean Word, Excel etc. but what the contents are (if you can share this!)

I’m working on an online catalogue of marketing brochures…not the brochures, but a web app giving the means to filter / search and save them off.


#2

Patents

Letters about patents

Emails about patents

Occasional spreadsheets about patents


#3

It’s a rich and varied experience


#4

Catalogue records for a variety of documents we have in the library.

Also emails to people about their research requests.


#5

TODO.txt


#6

Spreadsheets about housing issues for tenants, along with a few spreadsheets for our daily stats. Nothing more exciting than that.


#7

Excel
Tableau
Alteryx
Power BI

all the big lads


#8

Funding model for studentships


#9

Transcripts, all day every day


#10

Blogs, marketing emails, advice guides, press releases. #content baby


#11

Term sheets
Sale and purchase agreements
Disclosure letters
Shareholders’ agreements
Articles of association
Spreadsheets of share capital structures
Documents summarising key issues/negotiation points
Plain-English summaries of legal documents

Lots of different things, basically.


#12

editing, tagging, uploading lots of stats from offline docs (PDFs/word docs) to a new CMS


#13

Thats today specifically.

More generally, committe papers, reports, briefings, analyses, user guides, risk registers, website text, blah blah etc.

Oh and emails. Lots of emails.


#14

pdfs - manuscripts
‘word’ documents - style guides, various notes I’ve made about the manuscripts in question


#15

Requirements analysis
Lots of tender answers
Loads of meaningless data in spreadsheets


#16

Please find attached my analyses. I hope you get everthing you want in life. I love you very much.


#17

technical drawings of welded structures
reports of design calculations
photoshopped pictures of balloons


#18

Exactly that.


#19

.pbix, .xlsm, .xlsx, .sql


#20

a pro tools session for commercials about

  1. a car valet company

  2. HMS Caroline