Document Conventions


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Syntax and Typeface

Format Convention

The bold attribute is used to indicate the following:

>Command-line commands and options (Type dir /p.)

> Button names (Click Save As.)

> Check box and radio button names (Select the Print Duplex checkbox.)

> Dialog box titles (On the Protect Document dialog box, click Yes.)

> Field names (User Name: Enter the name of the user.)

> Menu names (On the File menu, click Save.) (Click Menu > Go To > Folders.)

>User input (In the Date box, type April 1.)


In type, the italic attribute is used for emphasis or to indicate a related document. (See Installation Guide for more information.)

<variable> In command descriptions, angle brackets represent variables. You must substitute a value for command line arguments that are enclosed in angle brackets.