Re: Imperatives in procedures?
That said, no part of any procedure should be buried in
superfluous text. Readers become very discouraged when there's
a bunch of text to wade through before they find the essential
instructions. So much so that they frequently give up reading
the docs and turn to some other form of support.
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Re: Imperatives in procedures?: From: Susan W . Gallagher
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