i have been using Gimp for a number of years. I am glad to announce upload of  a
simple template in Calc to manage the so many files of different types sitting
in our computers. Hope it will be useful for you

http://templates. services. openoffice. org/en/node/ 9022

This is a "study example and do it yourself" template to manage files on your
computer. The example is for PDF files but with a little study and practice,
nothing can stop you to use it for files, folders, or even system files of any
type. A pre-requisite to use is learning and using the freeware BulkFileChanger©
from http://www.nirsoft.net/ The features of the Calc Interface system are (1)
Safe Management of your files. You are not using any of the operating system
file management resources (system overhead) to sort, filter, tag or navigate to
your directories and files!!! (2) Custom and specialized tagging of files of any
type. For example, if you are a lyricist you might want to tag plain text,
spreadsheet, PDF or even a C file with genre. This is "genrally" considered
irrelevant by the operating system (3) Recording, analyzing and documenting the
contents of your huge drives using the full power of Calc© for tables, charts
and graphs. This can be for yourself and your associates for team work (4)
Plannning, Monitoring and Control of your computer at your own pace without
operating system resources breathing down your neck. (5) Using hyperlink feature
of Calc© without actually having to bother about paths, directory trees and
stuff. (6) All this can lead you to the overwhelming question of whether My
Documents, My Pictures, Libraries, etc. are really relevant when anybody can
design their own file access system with ordinary Calc© spreadsheets?

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