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I prefer the second approach myself. However if it were me,
before I removed the page cross-references, I'd need to be
very sure that most of the users really do prefer to use the
document on-line (i.e., some hard stats). And that there aren't
any other weird reasons for keeping the hard-copy format
(e.g., copies need to be sent somewhere official).
> For example...
> Instead of:
> 'To create a process' on page 16 <with section title in hyperlink blue
> Just have:
> To create a process <in hyperlink blue text>
> I prefer the second -- it's simpler and cleaner. My audience tends to
> the docs online, rather than printing them out. Any good reasons for
> the quotation marks and page numbers? Is the possibility that it might
> printed out a good enough reason to keep 'em?