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Cautions and warnings have specific mechanical purpose: cautions are for
anything that is a hazard to data or equipment and warnings are for hazards
to life and limb. Those have to stay.
On Tue, Feb 10, 2015 at 3:45 PM, Paul Hanson <twer_lists_all -at- hotmail -dot- com>
> If I have my druthers, I don't identify either. I make them all - whether
> it's a note, tip, caution, or warning - a bullet under a step or a series
> paragraphs. Granted, I am writing instructions for teachers to administer
> online tests so there's nothing 'dangerous' or 'life threatening' in the
> work I do.
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