I am creating a table of contents for a book, and there are 4 ways of splitting information up. The biggest zones are 'Chapters', those can span several pages; these are bold, underlined and in large font.
Secondly are 'Modules', these are in bold and are color coded, and break only larger chapters up; else, they're not used.
Thirdly there are 'Sections', these are what group tasks together and either split up chapters or modules (if used); these are underlined.
And lastly there are 'Tasks' themselves, these sometimes don't exist if the section is fairly straight forward; they have no formatting.
Example: A chapter could be 'Windows Setup'. Modules could be 'Textmode', 'graphical', and 'OOBE'. Sections could be 'New Installation' and 'Repair/Upgrade'. Tasks could be 'format the drive', 'set the date & time' and 'choose a password'.
Question 1. Is this a good way to lay everything out?
Question 2. Does anybody know of a word to use instead of 'tasks/task'?