Re: Tables of Figures and Tables -- useful?
Speaking as a documentation consumer, other than being able to ask a support person about item 2 in table 23-1, I've always wondered about what helpful purpose is served to the reader by having and numbering these.
On 8/29/2013 3:24 PM, Matt Gras wrote:
I'm helping a smallish engineering company upgrade its documentation. It's been a battle persuading them to include a TOC in their reference guides -- and now they're balking at including tables of figures and tables. I'm wondering if they might be right -- that these lists add more clutter than useful info.
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