Translations:Documentation/DocumentationTeamInfo/StyleGuide/93/en

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You can view a document in roughly three different ways:

  • Content: Does the application actually work the way the document says it does? Are the features described completely and correctly? Do the terms used in the document match those used in the application?
  • Structure: Does the organization of the document make sense? Do the explanations make sense? Are the diagrams clear? Is there a better way to explain a particular concept?
  • Format: Does the document have proper usage, grammar, and punctuation? Does it use the template and styles appropriately?