When I was working as a Staffing Coordinator at THE ABC Employment Agency, THERE WAS THIS ONE TIME WHEN two of our clients requested 7 temporary employees to go to work the next day and they wanted the names before the end of the day. According to the company policy, we had to send an email to notify our manager as soon as we receiveD the employee requests from the clients and also put these orders inTO our HR system. There WAS only MYSELF AND another co-worker in the office at that TIME and it was an hour before we finished work FOR that day. IN ORDER to get the job done as soon as possible, I proposed to my co-worker that one of us could send AN email to the manager while the other one started to INPUT THE 7 job/WORK orders inTO the system;
CAPITALS = CORRECTIONS
**P.S this would be better in the notebook section, you would get more responses.
input vs. make = in this context, 'input' is better, because you would be using a computer to 'enter' the information to create a job/ work order. 'Make' is too broad in this situation.
e.g "I made a cup of tea" "I made up my mind" vs. "I input the data into the document" "Input 1 2 3 as your password".
hope this helps