Reference to terms, controls, or symbols where the user is expected to know the employment of such provisions but not necessarily to have memorized all of these. Many computer software, as an example, have crib sheets within their instruction, which list keystrokes or menu commands necessary to achieve specific activities to save the user the effort of digging through the entire manual to find the keystroke required to, as an instance, move between 2 windows. Other instances include”Read Me First” and”Quick Reference Card” records included with gadgets.
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