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An Overview should be used to provide a more in depth intent/scope and outline the contents of the article. In some articles, tri-level subdivision will not be necessary. In general, use the rule of thumb that a single equals header should be a primary point, double Equals headers for a secondary point within the same category, and triple for a talking point within that category. Bear in mind that any time you use one of these headers, it will adjust the context box accordingly, which should inform the user of the layout of the doc in a coherent manner at a glance. It's acceptable to separate different aspects of the same point without a header, but with a different paragraph. using 1/2/3 will cascade the points in the content b
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An Overview should be used to provide a more in depth intent/scope and outline the contents of the article. In some articles, tri-level subdivision will not be necessary. In general, use the rule of thumb that a single equals header should be a primary point, double Equals headers for a secondary point within the same category, and triple for a talking point within that category. Bear in mind that any time you use one of these headers, it will adjust the contents box accordingly, which should inform the user of the layout of the doc in a coherent manner at a glance. It's acceptable to separate different aspects of the same point without a header, but with a different paragraph. Using 1/2/3 will cascade the points in the contents box appropriately.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:56, 26 November 2017

Disclaimer:

  • The following document may not necessarily reflect the views and doctrine of the UOTC.

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Overview

An Overview should be used to provide a more in depth intent/scope and outline the contents of the article. In some articles, tri-level subdivision will not be necessary. In general, use the rule of thumb that a single equals header should be a primary point, double Equals headers for a secondary point within the same category, and triple for a talking point within that category. Bear in mind that any time you use one of these headers, it will adjust the contents box accordingly, which should inform the user of the layout of the doc in a coherent manner at a glance. It's acceptable to separate different aspects of the same point without a header, but with a different paragraph. Using 1/2/3 will cascade the points in the contents box appropriately.

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Subdivision

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Subdivision

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Significantly Differential Part Of Information

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