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> Is there a set standard or a preferred method with regard to
> using related
> topics and see also?
According to the Microsoft Manual of Style, page 35, "Titles of "See Also"
sections can also vary. For example, such sections might be called "Related
Topics" or, for cross-references that are exclusively hyperlinks, "Related
Personally, I have different connotations for "See Also" and "Related
Topics." "See Also" sounds like a different method for the same subject and
"Related Topics" sounds like a similar but different subject.
"See Also," "Related Topics," and "Related Links" are all titles for
cross-references, so it is probably best to be consistent and give them one
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