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Using the checklists



After finding the checklist(s) you're interested in (see
Finding checklists):


First, considering getting paper copies of the checklist(s):
Display the desired checklist and select "PRINT" (usually in the FILE menu) ... it will print that entire web page, or,
Highlight the checklist and copy it to a word processing program for printing, or,
Order The Checklist Book to get copies of checklists on this web site and many more

Then, whenever you look at or use the checklists:
Mark checklist items which:
- you have completed (e.g., with a checkmark)
- you want to complete soon (e.g., by circling the checkbox)
- don't apply to you and/or you don't want to complete (e.g., by drawing a line through the checkbox and/or the item itself)
Write in any additional items you want to include

These checklists are designed so that the information you need to be aware of, and to be reminded of, is available quickly and concisely. These checklists are a great place to include items that you want to be sure to not forget "next time" or "when the time comes." The checklists are cross-referenced to other applicable checklists.

Disclaimer: These checklists are designed to make you aware of, and to remind you of, options you may have available to you. They are put on this web site with the understanding that the webmaster is not engaged in rendering legal, medical or financial advice.

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About checklists.com



We launched checklists.com May 26, 2000 with the goal of greatly improving the lives of people everywhere by providing a wide variety of checklists which are very easy to use and concise, yet fairly comprehensive. We believe everyone should use these checklists to help avoid early death, injuries, frustrations and disappointments, and, to create, and take advantage of, opportunites for a better life.

We live in a time when life is often hectic, confusing and overwhelming. These checklists can help you take care of things so you can relax and enjoy life, with peace of mind.

The checklists on checklists.com and in The Checklist Book were developed by Don Parcher, a retired Navy carrier pilot (Commander). He flew the S-3 Viking ( photo of S-3 right before landing on the ship, 13 thumbnail S-3 photos which can be enlarged, S-3 info and photos), the TA-4 Skyhawk, the T-2 Buckeye and the T-28 Trojan. He used checklists to fly Navy aircraft safely and successfully and decided to develop checklists to help people everywhere get through their lives safely and successfully. He has been developing these checklists for over five years.

Don has a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and a Master's degree in Systems Management, both from the University of Southern California. He has been involved in his community as a substitute teacher in middle and high schools, PTA President, Secretary of the San Diego Publishers Alliance, Cub Scout Cubmaster, soccer coach (and player) and Block Captain for the 79 homes in his neighborhood. He organizes groups attending San Diego Spirit women's professional soccer games at USD (they're a lot of fun!). He was successfully treated for thyroid cancer (carcinoma) in 1999. He's a vegetarian ... for the following reasons:
      1) Doesn't want animals to suffer,
      2) producing meat requires the use of an excessive amount of land (and clearing of rain forests) which could be better used to grow crops which would better feed the world's population (producing one pound of meat requires approx. 12 pounds of grain),
      3) producing meat produces large amount of pollution,
      4) producing meat wastes large amount of water (approx. 5,000 gallons for each pound of meat),
      5) meat-borne fatal diseases such as E-coli and Mad Cow,
      6) a meatless diet is healthier for your heart.

He has lived in Hawaii, Maryland, the Philippines, England, Okinawa (Japan), California, Texas, Florida, Virginia and Delaware. He and his wife have been married for over 15 years and have two children.

checklists.com has been used by people in countries around in the world including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lesotho, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela and Zambia.

Since checklists.com isn't making a profit, Don is looking for a 'real' job. Any job leads or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Check out his resume.

Disclaimer: These checklists are designed to make you aware of, and to remind you of, options you may have available to you. They are put on this web site with the understanding that the webmaster is not engaged in rendering legal, medical or financial advice.

If you have any suggestions, comments or requests:
Send an e-mail to Email Us
Send mail to: 4409 Mistral Place, San Diego, CA 92130-2103
Call Toll-free 1 (877) 56 LISTS or 1 (858) 792-1688

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Contact checklists.com



If you'd like more information about available checklists or have comments about checklists:
Send an e-mail to Email Us
Send mail to: 4409 Mistral Place, San Diego, CA 92130-2103
Call Toll-free 1 (877) 56 LISTS or 1 (858) 792-1688
Disclaimer:
These checklists are designed to make you aware of, and to remind you of, options you may have available to you. They are provided with the understanding that the webmaster is not engaged in rendering legal, medical or financial advice.
Send your family and friends an e-mail about checklists.com
Visit checklists.com often - it's being expanded ALL THE TIME
Bookmark checklists.com, usually by pressing the COMMAND and "D" keys

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