5 1/4-inch floppy disk
(1) Handle the disk by its edges only.
Never touch the disk
through the read/write (oval) window.
(2) Keep the disk away from direct sunlight, magnets, and heat.
You should never store the disks in metal cabinets.
(3) When preparing a label for the disk, complete the label prior
to attaching it to the disk. Never write on a label already attached to
(4) Make a back-up copy in case of operator error or system/power
(5) Exercise caution when inserting the disk in the drive. Ensure
that the notch is in the correct position, on the left when the drive
mounts horizontally in the computer.
place that is cleared for the level of security of the data on the disk.
d. Save. This term means transferring the data used to produce a
graphic to a hard or floppy disk. Once you have saved the data, you can
recall the data and make changes repeatedly. There is no limit to the
number of times you can save and recall data to make changes.
creating large graphics, you should save your work frequently.
provides you with a back-up copy in case of operator error or a system