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If your format allows it, consider using a table with the voice prompt in one column and the explanation in another column.
Or make each prompt and its explanation a separate topic, with links as in the actual system.
Or show a flowchart if it is important for the users to see the whole process and all the information they need and choices they need to make before they start into press 1 for this and press 2 for that.
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