Document conventions

Document conventions described in the table below are used in this Guide.

Document conventions


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Please note that…

Warnings are highlighted in red and enclosed in frames. Warnings contain important information, for example, related to computer operations critical to its safety.

It is recommended to use…

Notes are enclosed in frames. Notes contain additional and reference information.




Examples are given in section, on a yellow background, and under the header “Example”.

Update means…

New terms are marked by italics.


Names of keyboard keys are marked by semi-bold font and capital letters.

Names of the keys along with a “plus” sign means use of a key combination.


Names of interface components, for example, input fields, menu commands, buttons, etc., are marked by semi-bold font.

To configure a task schedule:

Instructions are marked by the arrow symbol.

Instructions’ introductory phrases are in italics.


Texts in the command line or texts of messages displayed on the screen have a special font.

<IP address of your computer>

The variables are put in angle brackets. Instead of a variable its corresponding value is placed in every case, and the angle brackets are omitted.


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Document conventions