You can place your windows in work areas:
according to the kind of task. Put the application you use to read
and send mail in one work area, Desktop accessories in another,
your word processor in a third, and so on.
according to project. Put folders corresponding to different
projects you are working on into different work areas.
You can then move an application
such as a word processor, spreadsheet, or database,
from one work area to another when you need to use files
from different folders.
name your work areas according to the role that they perform.
clock, calculator, and calendar
your home directory
drawing package and picture files
accounting package or spreadsheet and data files
project management applications to perform time management
and critical path analysis
word processing package and document files
resumes of staff members (perhaps using scanned photographs
for the icon image and names for icon labels)
applications and directories for your own personal use
games and pastimes
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 26 May 2005