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Users of traditional tutorials and help systems often have difficulty finding the components described or pictured in the procedural instructions. Users also unintentionally miss steps, and perform actions that the documentation's authors did not intend, moving the application into an unknown state. We introduce Stencils, an interaction technique for presenting tutorials that uses translucent colored stencils containing holes that direct the user's attention to the correct interface componentdoi:10.1145/1054972.1055047 dblp:conf/chi/KelleherP05 fatcat:5fpwmggkqza5dilfucdrtsdgba