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Let's say I'm working on Topic A in a user guide. I have information related to Topic A, but not directly.
This information doesn't really fit elsewhere, so it needs to be in Topic A, but stand out just a bit. I put this "sidebar" information in a table in Topic A.
Users should be aware of this information but not get hung up on it. I labeled the table as a "Note." Not sure what else to do here. Suggestions?
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