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On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 8:43 AM, Martinek, Carla <CMartinek -at- zebra -dot- com>wrote:
> ___Parts List
> ___WHAT DO I CALL THIS?
> ___Remove Part A
> ___Remove Part B
> ___Remove Part C
My only concern is that __WHAT DO I CALL THIS? may require the user to
filter themselves by who they are before they even start. Like "I'm an X
user", or "I have X device", or something.
Your corporate style is very product focused. Recent trends show that
task-based topic headings provide greater results.
The best practice is to name your chapters by the task or problem the user
wants to solve.
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