Write an instruction manual for a product, process, or task. The technical instructions will refer to a “thing” or service most students at UF would find helpful. The manual should contain descriptions, product warnings, maintenance and troubleshooting advice, and any other information the user is likely to need to complete the task, use the product, or fulfill the process. The manual's success will depend on the quality and readability of the instructions, the visuals' functionality, the effectiveness of the design, and the rhetorical style of the steps, sequencing, and transitions. Indeed, some manuals will need to include certain features while others will not. A set of instructions to order a pizza on the phone will, for example, not benefit much from having images, while the instruction for the same process via phone app might. Think about the document's needs to make the most appropriate choices. Read the advice found on pages 234 and 235 Actions from the textbook. Read the student sample Actions .