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I have created a top level folder: 'CAR',
and in it I have a project called 'Car Maintenance'

What I have done within MORI (my current PIM) is create a single task with a textual list of our 3 cars, formatted in 3 appropriate paragraphs, with a line in each paragraph for:

Car model and registration
Insurance due:
MOT ( safety check) due:
Service due:
Tax due:
Cam belt:

eg:

PICASSO:Citroen Zsara Picasso YV51 UOH service log
Insurance due: 20/9/07. NU Direct Policy MOT128299105 ( last cost £293) (renew = £290.99 - 278.00) 20/9/08
MOT due: 17/3/09
Service Due: 18/03/07 done changed wheel cylinders, will need pads & discs? 3/09
Tax due: 28/02/09
Cam Belt: 60k/75k

All completion dates are in bold text not available here.

Should I put this as a project within OF, and split the 3 cars into projects within that, and each car has 5 tasks within it?

Or is it commonsensical to carry on with the single project, managing the due dates using the text bolding system?

coaching welcome :-)

peter
 
 


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