Notes offer additional information related to the task being discussed.
Cross-Reference Cross-references point you to other locations in the book that offer additional information on the topic being discussed.
Cautions identify potential problems that you should look out for when you're completing a task, or problems that you must address before you can complete a task.
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This statement illustrates an example of an "Inside Out" problem statement
These are the book's signature tips. In these tips, you'll get the straight scoop on what's going on with the software-inside information on why a feature works the way it does. You'll also find handy workarounds to different software problems.
This statement illustrates an example of a "Troubleshooting" problem statement
Look for these sidebars to find solutions to common problems you might encounter. Troubleshooting sidebars appear next to related information in the chapters. You can also use the Troubleshooting Topics index at the back of the book to look up problems by topic.
The sidebars sprinkled throughout these chapters provide ancillary information on the topic being discussed. Go to sidebars to learn more about the technology or a feature.