Re: Footnotes - acceptable in technical documentation?
What are you thoughts on footnotes in technical documentation? I have been told that footnotes in technical documentation is forbidden because instructions show the reader how to do something, and footnotes distract the reader from instruction.
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Footnotes - acceptable in technical documentation?: From: Bruce Megan (ST-CO/MKP3)
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