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Conventions and Features - Pg. xvii

xvii Conventions and Features You can save time when you use this book by understanding how the Step by Step series shows special instructions, keys to press, buttons to click, and so on. Convention Meaning This icon indicates a new or greatly improved feature in Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003. This icon indicates a reference to the book's companion CD. BE SURE TO These words are found at the beginning of paragraphs preceding or following step-by-step exercises. They point out items you should check or actions you should carry out either before beginning an exercise or after completing an exercise. These words are found at the beginning of paragraphs preceding step-by-step exercises. They draw your attention to practice files that you'll need to use in the exercise. This word is found at the beginning of paragraphs following step-by-step ex- ercises. They give instructions for closing open files or programs before mov- ing on to another topic. Numbered steps guide you through hands-on exercises in each topic. A round bullet indicates an exercise that has only one step. USE OPEN CLOSE 1 2 Troubleshooting Tip Important These paragraphs show you how to fix a common problem that might prevent you from continuing with the exercise. These paragraphs provide a helpful hint or shortcut that makes working through a task easier. These paragraphs point out information that you need to know to complete a procedure. The first time you are told to click a button in an exercise, a picture of the button appears in the left margin. If the name of the button does not appear on the button itself, the name appears under the picture. A plus sign (+) between two key names means that you must hold down the first key while you press the second key. For example, "press " means "hold down the key." key while you press the Black bold characters Blue bold characters Blue italic characters In steps, the names of program elements, such as buttons, commands, and di- alog boxes, are shown in black bold characters. Anything you are supposed to type appears in blue bold characters. Terms that are explained in the glossary at the end of the book are shown in blue italic characters.