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I'm in the process of developing several online help systems and I was
wondering about the use of "See Also" and "More" at the end of each topic.
Does anyone ever used both at the end of one topic? As in, "More" referring
to more topics directly related to the current topice, vs. "See Also"
referring to topics that have relevence to the current topic but not
necessarily directly related.
Or is this just stupid and confusing to a user? Maybe just stick to one or