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How might an instruction manual designed for troubleshooting differ from an instruction booklet designed for improving performance in a skill? The troubleshooting manual will have more pictures than
the booklet; the booklet will be text heavy. The troubleshooting manual will be shorter and more concise; the booklet will be more descriptive and complex. The troubleshooting manual will have more steps described in extensive detail; the booklet will use more pictures. The troubleshooting manual will use more bolding of words; the instruction manual will read like a nonfiction text.
How might an instruction manual designed for troubleshooting differ from an instruction booklet designed for improving performance in a skill? The troubleshooting manual will be shorter and more concise
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