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    Note vs. Notice (nouns)

    What is the difference between "Note" and "Notice" (nouns)?

    Are they interchangeable if they are used as a header of the following typical phrases that are often found in technical manuals.

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    Re: Note vs. Notice (nouns)

    A notice is a sign put up for public viewing whereas a note appears in a document and is relatively less conspicuous.

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