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The hard drive is your computer's filing cabinet. All of your applications — Microsoft Works, Claris CAD, Microsoft Excel — and all of the documents created by those applications — letters, drawings, spreadsheets — are stored on the hard drive in "folders." Like the real manila versions, folders can hold applications (programs), documents, or both. You can put folders in other folders, and those in still other folders until you are totally lost. Because you will live or die by your folder storage system, it's important to have a good one. You should base your hard drive folder system on the way you currently organize all the paper in your office. Mine is simple, and it works for me because it