Color Coded Templates
Color Coded Templates
infotex makes it easy to customize our templates to your organization. One way we do this is to color code areas that will need your special attention. Color coding is as follows:
- RED: Areas needing customization and/or consideration.
- BROWN: Optional sections according to our definition of best practices.These sections may be removed
if they do not match your needs.
- BLUE: Instructions or additional information
for knowledge purposes and should be removed.
- GREEN: Examples.
Note that you should confirm that all text has been changed to “black”
before considering a template final for your organization.
If there are any sections in any other color than black,
then all situations or customization has not been considered.
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