3. Notes, Tips, Important Information, Warnings, and Examples

Notes, warnings, and examples appear within the text.

Note:

Notes are represented like this, and contain information to take note of, as it may affect what the user does.

Tip:

Tips are represented like this, and contain information helpful to the user, like showing an easier way to do something.

Important:

Important information is represented like this. Typically, these show extra steps the user may need to take.

Warning:

Warnings are represented like this, and contain information warning about possible damage if the instructions are not followed. This damage may be physical, to the hardware or the user, or it may be non-physical, such as the inadvertent deletion of important files.

Example 1. A Sample Example

Examples are represented like this, and typically contain examples showing a walkthrough, or the results of a particular action.


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