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<title>New Cheat Sheet Wizard</title>
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		<h1>New Cheat Sheet Wizard</h1>

		<h2>About Cheat Sheets</h2>
			In general, cheat sheets help guide users through a complex set of instructions. 
		   	There are two types of cheat sheets: simple and composite. 
			Simple cheat sheets are used to organize and present logical steps and sub-steps 
			to achieve a certain task.  Composite cheat sheets are used to organize and 
			present tasks represented by simple cheat sheets to achieve a larger goal.
		<h2>About This Wizard</h2>
			This wizard allows you to create a new simple or composite cheat sheet.
			Upon completion of this wizard, a new cheat sheet will be created with basic
			content and opened in either the <strong>Simple Cheat Sheet Editor</strong> or 
			<strong>Composite Cheat Sheet Editor</strong>.

			To start this wizard, click 
			<a class="command-link" href='javascript:executeCommand("org.eclipse.ui.newWizard(newWizardId=org.eclipse.pde.ui.NewCheatSheetWizard)")'>
    			<img src="PLUGINS_ROOT/" alt="Open the user assistance cheat sheet">
				<strong>File &gt; New &gt; Other... &gt; User Assistance &gt; Cheat Sheet</strong>

			<img src="../../images/new_wizards/wizard_new_cheat-sheet.png" alt="New Cheat Sheet Wizard">

		<h2>Relevant Links</h2>

				<a href="../editors/simple_cs_editor/editor.htm">Simple Cheat Sheet Editor</a>
				<a href="../editors/composite_cs_editor/editor.htm">Composite Cheat Sheet Editor</a>
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