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Addressing sequencing errors

Addressing sequencing errors: Organizing an Outline
Addressing sequencing errors: Organizing an Outline

Sequencing errors may not be obvious until you start writing or working on the final product. Fix your topic order when you duplicate in your outline. Eliminate repeating topics and create a new topic that you can cross-reference. Ensure that cross-referenced topics appear first in the outline. Multiple cross-references indicate an important item that must come earlier, not later.

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