Here is a quick summary of the String Telephone Worksheet. You will find more information below about the meaning of each column and what you need to look for in each one.
The first column should show the name of the owner of the cell. It could be their name or just an abbreviation. This can be important if you have more than one cell owner. For example, a billing data sheet.
The second column shows what type of cell it is. It could be a number, an address, or something else. Most companies will label their numbers using either an alphabetic or numeric prefix.
The third column is used for financial data. This includes the account number, the balance, and a record of what the last transaction was. All the information should be in chronological order for ease of use.
The fourth column is the asset. This could be a business line, a cell phone, or just about anything that is of value to the business.
The fifth column is the social security number. This is the security number that they need for their benefits. The company could have many different accounts that each require a different number.
The sixth column is called an employee. This is used to show the job titles and the person that is handling the account. Usually it is the secretary.
Is there a limit to how many people can be on one line? Some may want to do this because they will only work with certain people. In this case, the sixth column is the total number of people that have been added to the account.