Examples

EXAMPLE 2-1 Standard Table 73

EXAMPLE 2-2 Horizontal Lines Table 74

EXAMPLE 2-3 Horizontal and Vertical Lines Table 74

EXAMPLE 2-4 Side and Top Headings Table 74

EXAMPLE 2-5 Two-Column Table 75

EXAMPLE 2-6 Formatting Error Messages as Text 76

EXAMPLE 2-7 Presenting Error Messages in a Table 76

EXAMPLE 3-1 Writing Clearly and Simply 96

EXAMPLE 3-2 Keeping Paragraphs Short 96

EXAMPLE 4-1 Organizing Information by Hierarchy 114

EXAMPLE 4-2 Organizing Information by Inverted Pyramid 115

EXAMPLE 4-3 Organizing Information by Table 116

EXAMPLE 4-4 Organizing Information by Flow Diagram 117

EXAMPLE 4-5 Organizing Information by Task Map 118

EXAMPLE 4-6 Including Transitions 119

EXAMPLE 5-1 Preserving Context in Online Documents 126

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