NOTES provide helpful information that does not otherwise fit into the text.
CAUTIONS draw attention to the possibility of equipment damage if the instructions
are not followed.
WARNINGS draw attention to the possibility of personal injury if the instructions are
1.3.6 Chapter and Page Format A three-point system is used on every page
to let you know where you are in the manual. First, a footer at the bottom "outside"
of every page shows the chapter title. On this page it is "INTRODUCTION."
The second point is a footer below the chapter title with the section number and title.
For example, "1.3 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL" on this page.
Finally, page numbers, continuous throughout the manual, are at the bottom center
of every page.
Smaller illustrations are placed on the same page as corresponding text. Full-page
illustrations are on the facing page, with captions centered below the illustration.
The same three-point orientation system is used on full-page illustrations.
Illustrations and tables are numbered consecutively through each chapter. A list of
figures and tables is presented just after the table of contents near the front of the
Each chapter begins with an introductory section. This describes the content of
each chapter. It may point out what is not in that chapter, and where to find it.
Many chapter introductions include information you may need to understand the rest
of the chapter. Therefore, we suggest you read the chapter introduction before
reading other parts of the chapter.
1.3 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL