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Under Construction
This page is only for testing the tutorial templates. It's got no use other than that but it's a good place to see all of them at once.

List of Valid Annotation and Callout Icons

Warning
is for a note
Warning
is for an idea
Warning
is for an info
Warning
is for a tip
Warning
is for an experiment
Warning
is for development
Warning
is for a caution
Warning
is for technical
Warning
is for recovery
Warning
is for a warning
Warning
is for danger
Warning
is for stop

Annotations

These can be used to give the reader a little bit more information related to the main text.

Warning
This is a basic in-line annotation on its own line.

Or, if you want something different…

This line has an in-line annotation

Warning
in the middle of it

which can come in useful.

Or, what about this…

Warning
An in-line annotation can have a border round it.

Or, how about…

The same goes for one

Warning
that's within a line

like this.

Just make sure you put a line of normal text between lines with in-line annotations on them. (I don't know why there's a problem otherwise.)

Warning
This is a long filled annotation with a surrounding box. This can be used when you don't want the text to wrap to the start of the next line under the icon and annotation type text.

Or... Template:Annotation2

Callouts

These can be used to give the reader some extra information or to call attention to a specific concept.

Figure 8
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Callout
This is a Callout. It can be used to give the reader some extra information about a concept in the main text. Notice that it "gets out of the way" of any floated images on the right.

InfoBoxes

These can be used to give the reader some options to jump away to.

Use a {{clear}} afterwards for the text to start on the next normal text line, if that's what you want.

First Subject
Second Thing
Tutorial template infobox example2.png
See more info on Things
If you just want to jump straight to it then choose from the list below:
First Link
Second Link
Third Link
Third Whatnot
This InfoBox has no image

Menus

You can use these templates when telling the reader which menu choice to make.

For instance, they can choose menu FileOpen…

Or, they can right-click and choose Get Text… from the menu.

Menu Strings

You can use these templates when telling the reader which menu choice to make. They're easier to use than multiple Menuitems.

For instance, they can choose menu FileOpen…

Buttons

You can use these templates to show when the reader should press a specific button.

For instance, they can click the OK button. Or, they can press Finish to complete the process.

Windows

You can use these templates to show when the user should open, or go to, a particular window.

Go to Tutorial template icon window.pngProperties 〉〉 X, Y, Z and change the X and Y positions.