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ss> I'm working on the manual for a new product. I'm guessing the
ss> will be about 350 pages, without the tutorial. I'm guessing the
ss> tutorial is going to be about 150 pages.
I would opt for a separate tutorial no more that 24 pages thick. You could
certainly do that for software provided you support it with a good user
interface and online help. But you did not say anything of the nature of the
If you do a 150 page tutorial no one will really use it as intended.