What You Can Safely Ignore
Sometimes I provide step-by-step descriptions of tasks. I feel very bad about having to do this; so to make things easier for you, I describe the tasks by using bold text. That way, you know exactly what you’re supposed to do. I also provide a more detailed explanation in the text that follows the step. You can skip the text that accompanies the step-by-step boldface directions if you already understand the process.
Here’s an example that shows what I mean:
1. Press Enter.
Find the key that’s labeled Enter. Extend your index finger so that it rests ever so gently on the Enter key. In one sure, fluid motion, press the Enter key with your index finger. Then remove your finger from the key.
Okay, that example is extreme. I never go into that much detail, but you get the idea. If you know how to press Enter, you can just do that and not read further. If you need help — maybe with the finger part or something else — go ahead and read the nitty-gritty details.