I have created a table in a "Word" document and described each column of it. Description came out to be too big, so I decided to move it down to the very end of the document. But I want the users to know that the description is still there in the document. What would be the most acceptable way to notify them?
I tried this:
- (go to the bottom of this document, to see the description of each column)
Does it sound a bit rude?
Should it be like:
- (please, go to the bottom of this document, to see the description of each column)
Or, perhaps, this would be better:
- (for the description of each column, refer to the bottom of this document)
None of these three sits right with me. What would you write in this case?