Nothing comes before something� is a common and helpful rule for filing that means a space precede

Nothing comes before something� is a common and helpful rule for filing that means a space precedes letters or numbers when sequencing filing units. Compare the names: Lou Ann and LouAnn. The space after “Lou� in Lou Ann precedes the “A� after “Lou� in LouAnn. Therefore, in a filing system that follows the “nothing comes before something� guideline, Lou Ann comprises two filing units whereas LouAnn comprises one filing unit. Lou Ann precedes LouAnn in the filing sequence—the space comes before the letter.
Resource: Ch. 6 of Essentials of Health Information Management: Principles and Practices
Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum]
Use the “nothing comes before something� guideline as you put the following names in alphabetical order, showing the order of filing units (last name, first name, suffix.).
o Norman Bailey-Jones
o Norman Bailey Jones
o Robert D’Angelo
o Robert D. Angelo
o Robert DeAngelo
o Judith delaCroix
o Judith Dela Croix
o Franklin M. Haney
o Franklin Mac Haney, Jr.
o Franklin MacHaney, Jr.
o Franklin Mac Haney Sr.

 

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