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Template Styles Concordance

Template Styles Concordance


Use this table to find out which style to use for each kind of content. Sl. No. 1. Style Used for Cover page: Name of the client (in white font as it has the image as background) Cover page: Location (in white font it has the image as background) Version number Month and year Smaller cover page elements. For example, Release Number Front matter: First level heading For example, Preface, Contents, List of Figures, List of Abbreviations Front matter: Second level heading

Front Matter 1
2.

Front Matter 2

3. 4.

Front Matter 3

Front Matter-Head_1
5.

Front Matter-Head_2
6.

Front Matter-Head_3

Front matter: Third level heading For example, Notice (copyright page), Heading level 3 in Preface Main matter: Heading level 1 (Chapter heading)

7.

1 Head_1
8.

1.1 Head_2
9. 10.

Main matter: Heading level 2 (Subheadings) Main matter: Heading level 3 (Sub-subheadings) Main matter: Heading level 4 (Sub-subsub-headings) Main matter: Heading level 5 (Sub-subsub-sub headings) Miscellaneous heading You can use it for headings for a heading lower than Head_5 in the document. Heading row of a table. Text in a table Running text in document Bulleted list: first level Bulleted list: second level

1.1.1 Head_3
1.1.1.1 Head_4
Head_5

11. 1.1.1.1.1 12.

Misc_heading
13.

Table Heading Table Text Body text TCS y Bulleted list 1  Bulleted list 2

14.
15. 16. 17.

Confidential

Template Styles Concordance

Sl. No. 18. 19. 20. 21.


Notes

Style 1. Numbered list 1 i. Numbered list 2

Used for Numbered list: first level Numbered list: second level lower case Roman numerals Notes Caption for a figure or a table. For example, Table 1: Organization of User Manual

Caption

22.

KEYS

Key names. Type the name in title case. For example, Enter will appear as ENTER. Names of files. For example, System.mbd Buttons, check boxes, etc. Commands that you choose from the menu or dialogue boxes appear in title case (first letter in upper case) and in bold font. Example: Click Components from the Action menu. Messages that appear on the screen as warnings, error messages, confirmation messages, etc. For example, Are you sure you want to delete this file?

23. 24.

Filename Screen element

25.

Screen message

26. 27. 28.

User text Code

Text that the user would need to type Code samples Back matter: First level heading for Appendices A, B, etc. Back matter: Second level heading for Appendices A.1, A.2, B.1, B.2 Back matter: Third level heading for Appendices A.1.1, A.1.2 Used to insert help and guidance messages in the template. To be deleted by template user before document delivery. Use only at the point of insertion of image.

A Back Matter 1
29. 30. 31.

A.1 Back Matter 2


A.1.1 Back Matter 3
Guideline Text

32.

Normal

Template Styles Concordance

Layout of the document


Suitable for one-sided print and PDF
y y y y No header or footer for the cover and title pages. The Contents page, the List of Abbreviations page, and all chapters begin on a new page (could be odd or even-numbered). Header has the following contents: TCS logo, Document name Footer has the following contents: Confidential, page number.

Do you want to insert Landscape pages in a Portrait document?


In a document of Portrait orientation, you may require to insert some pages of Landscape orientation to accommodate some tables that spread very wide or some images that need more width than length. In such a scenario, follow these instructions very carefully. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Take your pointer to where your Portrait pages end and the Landscape begin. Click Insert Break (Section break types) Next page. Take your pointer to where your Landscape pages end and the Portrait begin again. Again, click Insert Break (Section break types) Next page. Go to the header of the first page of the section after the Landscape section. Deactivate Same as Previous. Similarly deactivate the Same as Previous of the even and odd pages of the section after the Landscape section. Go to the footer of the first page of the section after the Landscape section. Deactivate Same as Previous. Similarly deactivate the Same as Previous of the even and odd pages of the section after the Landscape section. Go to the first page of the Landscape section and click File Page Setup Paper Size tab (Orientation) Landscape. Select This section in the Apply to drop-down box. Open the Layout tab of File Page Setup and clear the check boxes Different odd and even and Different first page. Select This section in the Apply to drop-down box.

6.

7. 8. 9.

Confidential

Document name

10. The pages of the section become Landscape oriented. However now the headers and footers need to be adjusted. 11. After your landscape content has been inserted, go to the footer of the first page of the Landscape section. Deactivate Same as Previous. Similarly deactivate the Same as Previous of the even and odd pages of the section after the Landscape section. 12. Adjust the width of the header and footer.