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If you can give them the basics on a single page, they will probably
make a halfway decent effort to follow it (esp. if it's company policy).
Any nit-picketyness could be handled in your style guide. If you
could get them to follow the basic flow, I think that you would be
in pretty good shape.
Have a nifty day,
Rockwell Automation Product Documentation