Chapter 4. Using Lists and Backgrounds

In this chapter, you will:

Suppose you’re studying for an important test or gathering information for a big project at work. There’s a lot of data and very little time in which to digest it. Which would you rather browse through: a long report on the topic, or a list of the important points?

If you’re like most people, you would probably prefer a list. Lists make text easier to skim. English teachers might wring their hands over this (and I can say this because I was an English teacher), but we’ve become a society ...

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