Every product should come with a user manual so that whoever buys the product handle it as it should be, lack of user manual can lead to the users mishandling the new product. A well-written manual should have; the introduction, the product version, and the uses should be documented in this section. In the case of electronic, a safety warning should be placed here together with the settings and the environment in which the product may be used. Click Swipe guide is the new generation to get more info about Product manuals. The next section is the description part, the main features are highlighted here, and also the number of parts that should be presented if it is a kit should be indicated here. The next segment contains the installation and functions, the installation process should be indicated step by step, and if possible use pictures to show how to install the product should be included. The last section contains the appendix and reference materials, a list of frequently answered questions can be placed in this section. To make up with a user manual with this sections some steps should be followed; first, you need to understand the type of users who will be using the product. Research the potential users, ask the user questions about the size of the user manual or even the language that should be used to write the manual.
After getting what the user expects from the manual, next is planning you need to know what is needed in coming up with the manual. Also, know how many pages will the manual contain, and even the kind of language to use is it the complex or the simple language which can be understood by everyone. The main objective of the user manual is to help the user understand how to use the product, next step in coming up with a manual is knowing the writing style to use. Will it be by using photos and slightly explain the photo using words, or use whole words to explain in details the installation and may not use the photos? Next step is coming up with the draft of the table of contents, the scope of manual is documented in the table of contents, which are used by the user to go through the manual till where they are interested. Read more about Product manuals from Swipe user guide. When drafting the table of contents you need to see if the table can be easily navigated by the user and if the tasks and results are outlined. Then come up with a draft of the rest of the body, then pass it to others for them to correct mistakes and then finally edit the corrections and print the manual.