Even back in the days of printed manuals, there were often sections, that repeated, as they had application to a few slightly different topics. I always found that better (then), than just having a note to "go to _____ for info on this." Probably used a few extra trees, but one did not have to constantly flip back and forth. Now that we're talking 1's and 0's, I can see where a limited bit of repetition would enhance the flow of knowledge, and understanding, even when hyper-linked.
Just my observations,
View safe zones in the monitors
Click the Safe Margins button below the Source Monitor or Program Monitor. Click the button again to remove the safe-zone guides.
The button is not default shown in the SM or PM like in the screendump. One needs to edit the Button Editor first.
Right, it's not a "book" of help any more. It's more like a collection of articles.
Any chance we can fix that, go back to a proper 'book' of instructions, with all information self contained? It really should be possible for a new user to read the Help file, beginning to end in sequence, learning ever more complex aspects of how to use the program, without skipping all over creation and trying to navigate a labyrinth of links.