To document Windows functions or not?

Subject: To document Windows functions or not?
From: Bruce Brill <Bruceb -at- ACCENTSOFT -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 1996 13:40:07 +0200

I work for a software development company and am writing a user's
manual for a new product which includes the standard Windows editing
functions of Cut, Paste, Copy, Undo and Select All. The product is
targeted for a specialized, professional market, and it is expected
that users will already be comfortable with Windows software. This
being the case, should I document the standard Windows editing
functions, or is it reasonable to assume that they will be
understood? All input on this question most welcomed.

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