For sanity 's sake, I promise to adhere to the following conventions:
Headings will divide major sections within a chapter.
Certain terms, such as keywords, clauses, statements, methods , and parameters, will be in a fixed typeface (the where clause).
Code examples will be printed in the same fixed typeface to make them easier to read:
Public Sub Example() Some Code End Sub
When you see indented text in a different typeface like this:
VB 6 That means that this section is specifically for VB 6 programmers who are making the jump to .NET. If you never programmed in VB 6 you can skip these sections.
That's it. I like to keep things simple.