Re: Keeping Training Records Updated
Made the changes
--- In email@example.com, "Paul" <paulp575@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bill Nelson" wrote:
> > I am attempting to create a user guide explaining all these
> interactions for my council. The draft is here:
> > http://bsatroop14.com/training/BSA-Training-Records-Explained.pdf
> > Please let me know any thoughts/corrections/additions
> Two other things I would do:
> 1. Place a date on each page. That way when there are revisions, one
> would know which version is the most current.
> 2. Place 'Page n of n pages" on the bottom of the document. That way
> anyone will know they have the entire document.
> I do this for all my documents; helps keep order.
> Paul Y
> District Advancement and Recognition Chair
> Thunderbird District
> Inland Northwest Council
> Spokane WA
> "Once a Fox, always a Fox"
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- --- In email@example.com, "Bill" wrote:
>Awesome - looking good.
> Made the changes
One of the other things you may want to check is which MyScouting.org
you are referring to.
There are now two totally different one:
1. www.myscouting.org - the old one
2. www.my.scouting.org (notice the period between My and scouting) - the
If I'm reading the information correctly, my.scouting.org (the new one)
will some day will totally replace the myscouting.org (the old one).
You may want to go through your document and verify each reference to
ensure you are referring to the correct one.
District Advancement and Recognition Chair
Inland Northwest Council
"Once a Fox, always a Fox"
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