Hey guys, I did a little research, but I couldn't find an answer. I'm hoping you guys can help me out. I work for a company that remanufactures high voltage batteries for electric cars. I control all the documents, and post them to SharePoint where we can print them off as needed. I keep a master list on Excel, and file a hard copy of each revision with a document control summary attached. When we "check in" a used battery pack from a dealership, we do an inspection, and some minor tests that determine the next step. Today we rolled out a new database, and internal website where all the information is stored (inventory, test results, etc.) We already have a form that you fill out with all the information of the battery, but now we have it so that when you check the battery in, it prints out all the information that we were hand writing on that form. This form stays with the battery the whole time it is at out facility. ...My question is: Should we put a control number on the form that prints out? Putting it on my master list would be no problem, but I wouldn't be able to post it on SharePoint with our other documents, and I wouldn't have a blank hard copy to file. Would it be considered a test result and not need to be controlled? Thanks!