head 1.1; access; symbols; locks; strict; comment @# @; 1.1 date 98.09.09.04.05.16; author horton; state Exp; branches; next ; desc @ Form for Recording Telephone Calls @ 1.1 log @Initial revision @ text @
Object_Id : 94 Title : Form for Recording Telephone Calls Node_Type : Production Format : FrameMaker Address : http://repository:13531/docs/general/SGF31.PhoneRecord_V1.4 Keywords : Abstract : This form is designed to be printed out in batches, to capture a hand-written record of a phone call - incoming or outgoing. There is an area to record who called & what it was about. There is also an area to record and track actions arising. For outgoing calls, there is an area to note the number you are about to call and to note the points you intend to discuss. Date_Entry_Created : 22/10/96 Entry_Created_By : jane Date_Entry_Last_Modified: 22/01/98 Entry_Last_Modified_By : jane Asset_Qualification : I'm the author, so I'm biased Other_Opinions : John Gottschalk uses it. Contact_Person : Jane Clark IP_or_Copyright_Owner : CiTR Support_re_Ownership : Date_Item_Created : 1994 Usage_Conditions : Support_re_Usage_Condns : Authors_and_Contributors: Jane Clark (with feedback from Harry Wengier & John Gottschalk) Projects_Used_In : Product Sales & Support BD Obtained_From : Derived_From : Possibly an early version of a Phone Call form from CQMS ?? Related_Items : Template_is_for : memo / email / note/file note / phone record / etc Additional_Info : To get this template (with Internet Explorer on a PC), you may need to right click on the following link & then select Save Target As: http://repository:13531/docs/general/SGF31.PhoneRecord_V1.4 (It's a FrameMaker document) I used to copy the printout onto green paper to make the forms easier to find on my desk.