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    Post Writing an user manual: titles and verbs to be use – Please, can you help me?

    I am still writing an user manual and I am not sure about two things.

    I wrote down a chapter title like “Printing of Statements, Invoices and Credit Notes” where I am explaining hw to print this kind of documents.

    The second aspect is I am not sure how to use verbs in the sentence. For example:

    It is always possible put notes into the system by clicking Notes
    OR
    It is always possible to put notes into Styleman by clicking Notes

    When a page note is opened and any note is already placed, ensure that the latest page is shown by clicking List and then select the interested page
    OR
    When a page note is opened and any note is already placed, do ensure that the latest page is shown by clicking List and then to select the interested page

    Many Thanks

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    Re: Writing an user manual: titles and verbs to be use – Please, can you help me?

    If you are writing a manual for Styleman, use the name.

    It is always possible to put notes into Styleman by clicking Notes


    When a page note is opened and any note is already placed, ensure that the latest page is shown by clicking List and then select the interested page


    Also - it is "a" user manual.

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