Menus contain pointers to subordinate nodes. In online output, you use menus to go to such nodes. Menus have no effect in printed manuals and do not appear in them.
It’s usually best if a node with a menu does not contain much text. If you find yourself with a lot of text before a menu, we generally recommend moving all but a couple of paragraphs into a new subnode. Otherwise, it is easy for readers to miss the menu.
|• Menu Location:||Menus go at the ends of nodes.|
|• Writing a Menu:||What is a menu?|
|• Menu Parts:||A menu entry has three parts.|
|• Less Cluttered Menu Entry:||Two part menu entry.|
|• Menu Example:||Two and three part menu entries.|
|• Other Info Files:||How to refer to a different Info file.|