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Report
RHO 10 Website
CHT INFORMATION SYSTEM
FILE MANAGEMENT
MAIL MERGE
Louie T. Binondo
IT Programmer JO
©2014 DOH-RHO10, MSSD, ICT
RHO 10 Website
www.rho10.doh.gov.ph
©2014 DOH-RHO10, MSSD, ICT
Topics
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Familiarization of the site
Accessing the site
Publishing an article
Hands on exercises
CHD 10 Website
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RHO 10 Website
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Familiarization of the site
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Header
Menu
Sub Menu
Familiarization of the site
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Main
Content
RD/ARD
Banner
Familiarization of the site
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Right
Banners
Visitors
counter
Breadcrumb
Familiarization of the site
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Footer
Banners
Footer
Login button
Accessing the Site
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Computers
 Desktop
 Laptop
 Smart phone
Internet Browser
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Google
Mozilla firefox
Internet explorer
Safari
Internet Connection
Accessing the Site
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1. Open your internet browser.
2. Type the URL rho10.doh.gov.ph in the
address bar, then press enter.
Address Bar
Publishing an article
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1. Click the Login button located in the right
side corner of the site footer.
Login button
Publishing an article
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2. Type your user name and password then
click Login button.
Login button
3. Check the welcome message if you
successfully login the site.
Logout button
Publishing an article
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4. Click SUBMIT under the Menu, to write an
article.
SUBMIT Menu
Site Editor
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Site Editor
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Site Editor
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Publishing an article
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5. Be sure to logout your account for security.
To logout, just click the Logout button.
Logout button
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User name: hepo10
Password: hepo10
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CHT
INFORMATION
SYSTEM
DOH RHO-10 CHT Information System
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Topics
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Overview
Objectives
CHTIS Itself
Overview
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CHTIS is a computer-based system
designed to produce information from the
Health Use Plan (HUP) forms. It can
generate consolidated reports of each
municipality such as; Home visit report,
Family planning report and health use plan
summary.
CHTIS is capable of having an easy
information update and provide simple
graphical user interface that makes it a
user-friendly system.
Objective
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To have a computer-based
information system
To have a fast retrieval of data and
reliable information
CHTIS Itself
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Menu
Header
Search Bar
Records
Total Preview
Pre/Next
Button
Sample Forms
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Form 1
Form 2A
Form 2F
Generated Reports
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Interface
Sample Data
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FILE
MANAGEMENT
File Management
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Get Organized Today!
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10 FILE
MANAGEMENT TIPS
File Management
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1. Organize by file types
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Make applications easier to find by
creating a folder called Program Files on
your drive and keeping all your
applications there. For instance, the
executables for Word, PowerPoint and
Simply Accounting would all reside in the
Program Files folder.
2. One place for all
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Place all documents in the My Documents
folder and no where else. So whether it’s
a spreadsheet, a letter or a PowerPoint
presentation, it goes into My Documents.
This will make it easier to find things and
to run backups.
3. Create folders in My Documents
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These are the drawers of your computer’s
filing cabinet, so to speak. Use plain
language to name your folders; you don’t
want to be looking at this list of folders in
the future and wondering what “TFK” or
whatever other interesting abbreviation
you invented means.
4. Nest folders within folders
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Create other folders within these main
folders as need arises. For instance, a
folder called “Invoices” might contain
folders called “2013”, “2012” and “2011”.
A folder named for a client might include
the folders "customerdata" and
"correspondence". The goal is to have
every file in a folder rather than having a
bunch of orphan files listed.
5. Follow the file naming conventions
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Do not use spaces in file names, keep file
names under 27 characters, and use all
lower case. So a file named for a client
should be jackdawson rather than Jack
Dawson. If you break any of these rules,
be consistent about it.
6. Be specific
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Give files logical, specific names and
include dates in file names if possible. The
goal when naming files is to be able to tell
what the file is about without having to
open it and look. So if the document is a
letter to a customer reminding him that
payment is overdue, call it something like
"overdue081212"; rather than something
like “letter”. How will you know who the
letter is to without opening it? See the
next point.
7. File as you go
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The best time to file a document is when
you first create it. So get in the habit of
using the "Save As" dialogue box to file
your document as well as name it, putting
it in the right place in the first place.
8. Order your files for your
convenience
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If there are folders or files that you use a
lot, force them to the top of the file list by
renaming them with a or an AA at the
beginning of the file name.
9. Cull your files regularly
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Sometimes what's old is obvious as in the
example of the folder named "Invoices"
above. If it's not, keep your folders
uncluttered by clearing out the old files.
Do not delete business related files
unless you are absolutely certain that you
will never need the file again. Instead, in
your main collection of folders in My
Documents, create a folder called "Old" or
"Inactive" and move old files into it when
you come across them.
10. Back up your files regularly
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Whether you're copying your files onto
another drive or onto tape, it's important
to set up and follow a regular back up
regimen.
Source: http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/datamanagement/a/computerfilemgt.htm
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File Management
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MAIL MERGE
MS Word Mail Merge
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Step by Step Mail Merge
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1. In the Menu, click Mailings, Start Mail Merge then
Step by step Mail Merge Wizard…
Step by Step Mail Merge
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2. In the right side panel, select document type then
click Next: Starting document.
Select document type
Next: Starting document
Step by Step Mail Merge
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3. Select starting document and click Next: Select
recipients.
Select starting document
Next: Select recipients
Step by Step Mail Merge
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4. Select recipients then click Next: Write your letter.
Select recipients
Next: Write your letter
Step by Step Mail Merge
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5. Write your letter then Insert Merge Field, then click
Next: Preview your letters.
Insert Merge Field
Sample letter
Next: Preview your letters
Step by Step Mail Merge
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6. Now you can preview your letters and find
recipients.
Navigation
button
Preview letter
Step by Step Mail Merge
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7. Click Next: Complete the merge, and your letter is
ready for print.
Print
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MS Word Mail Merge
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