more cheatsheet editing
diff --git a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/application-extension.xml b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/application-extension.xml
index 05c0dd8..160e59b 100644
--- a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/application-extension.xml
+++ b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/application-extension.xml
@@ -1,68 +1,51 @@
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<cheatsheet title="Utilize application extension">
+<cheatsheet title="Create an RCP application">
    <intro>
       <description>
-         This cheat sheet will demonstrate how create a RCP application. 
-         <br/>
-         <br/>
-         To learn more about using cheat sheets, click the help button
-         in the top right corner (?).
+         This tutorial will demonstrate how to turn the Eclipse Browser plug-in into a minimal RCP application.
+<br/>
+<br/>
+To learn more about using cheat sheets, click the help button in the top right corner (?).
       </description>
    </intro>
-   <item title="Open the plug-in editor" dialog="false" skip="true" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/editors/manifest_editor/editor.htm">
+   <item title="Open the plug-in manifest editor" dialog="false" skip="true" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/editors/manifest_editor/editor.htm">
       <description>
-         To open the plug-in editor (if it is not already open),
-         expand the <b>org.eclipsecon.browser</b> tree dialog
-         in the <b>Package Explorer</b> view and double-click
-         on the <b>plugin.xml</b> file (the <b>Extensions</b> page
-         should be open initially).
-         <br/>
-         <br/>
-         Alternatively, click the following button to perform the task.
+         To open the plug-in manifest editor (if it is not already open), expand the <b>org.eclipse.browser</b> tree in the <b>Package Explorer</b> view and double-click on the <b>plugin.xml</b> file.
+<br/>
+<br/>
+Alternatively, click the following button to perform the task:
       </description>
-      <command serialization="org.eclipse.ui.navigate.openResource(filePath=/org.eclipsecon.browser/plugin.xml)" confirm="false">
+      <command serialization="org.eclipse.ui.navigate.openResource(filePath=/org.eclipse.browser/plugin.xml)" confirm="false">
       </command>
    </item>
    <item title="Define an application extension" dialog="true" skip="false" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/editors/manifest_editor/extensions.htm">
       <description>
          To define an application extension, perform the following steps:
       </description>
-      <subitem label="Click the &quot;Add&quot; button to open the &quot;New Extension&quot; wizard" skip="false">
+      <subitem label="On the &quot;Extensions&quot; page of the plug-in manifest editor, press the &quot;Add...&quot; button to open the &quot;New Extension&quot; wizard." skip="false">
       </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Select &quot;org.eclipse.core.runtime.applications&quot; from the &quot;Extension Points&quot; list box and click &quot;Finish&quot;" skip="false">
+      <subitem label="Select &quot;org.eclipse.core.runtime.applications&quot; from the &quot;Extension Points&quot; list box and press &quot;Finish&quot;." skip="false">
       </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Set the contents of the &quot;ID&quot; field to &quot;application&quot;" skip="false">
+      <subitem label="In the &quot;Extension Details&quot; section, set the contents of the &quot;ID&quot; field to &quot;application&quot;" skip="false">
+      </subitem>
+      <subitem label="Right-click on the &quot;org.eclipse.core.runtime.applications&quot; node in the &quot;All Extensions&quot; section and select &quot;New-&gt;application&quot; from the context menu." skip="false">
+      </subitem>
+      <subitem label="Right-click on the &quot;(application)&quot; node in the &quot;All Extensions&quot; section and select &quot;New-&gt;run&quot; from the context menu." skip="false">
+      </subitem>
+      <subitem label="Replace the content of the &quot;class&quot; text box with &quot;org.eclipse.browser.application.Application&quot;." skip="false">
+      </subitem>
+      <subitem label="Select &quot;File-&gt;Save&quot; from the main menu." skip="false">
       </subitem>
    </item>
-   <item title="Add an application" dialog="false" skip="false" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/editors/manifest_editor/extensions.htm">
+   <item title="Run the application" dialog="false" skip="false" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/launchers/eclipse_application_launcher.htm">
       <description>
-         To define an application, perform the following steps:
+         To run the RCP application,  perform the following steps:
       </description>
-      <subitem label="Select &quot;org.eclipse.ui.perspectives&quot; in the list box under &quot;All Extensions&quot; heading in the &quot;Extensions&quot; page" skip="false">
+      <subitem label="On the &quot;Overview&quot; page of the plug-in manifest editor, click the &quot;Launch an Eclipse application&quot; hyperlink under the &quot;Testing&quot; heading to launch the RCP application." skip="false">
       </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Right-click and select &quot;New-&gt;application&quot; from the context menu" skip="false">
+      <subitem label="Note the standalone window containing File and Help menus, and the Eclipse Browser view occupies the entire window area.  This is your minimal RCP application." skip="false">
       </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Select &quot;(application)&quot; under &quot;org.eclipse.core.runtime.applications&quot; in the list box under &quot;All Extensions&quot; heading in the &quot;Extensions&quot; page" skip="false">
-      </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Right-click and select &quot;New-&gt;run&quot; from the context menu" skip="false">
-      </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Replace the content of the &quot;class&quot; text box with &quot;org.eclipsecon.browser.application.Application&quot;" skip="false">
-      </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Select &quot;File-&gt;Save&quot; from the main menu" skip="false">
-      </subitem>
-   </item>
-   <item title="Test the plug-in" dialog="false" skip="false" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/launchers/eclipse_application_launcher.htm">
-      <description>
-         To test your Eclipse plug-in inside a target Eclipse platform,
-         perform the following steps:
-      </description>
-      <subitem label="Open the plug-in editor for the &quot;org.eclipsecon.browser&quot; plug-in and select the &quot;Overview&quot; tab" skip="true">
-         <command serialization="org.eclipse.ui.navigate.openResource(filePath=/org.eclipsecon.browser/META-INF/MANIFEST.MF)" confirm="false">
-         </command>
-      </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Click the &quot;Launch an Eclipse application&quot; hyperlink under the &quot;Testing&quot; heading" skip="false">
-      </subitem>
-      <subitem label="Select &quot;File-&gt;Exit&quot; from the main menu to exit the target Eclipse platform" skip="false">
+      <subitem label="Select &quot;File-&gt;Exit&quot; from the main menu to exit the application." skip="false">
       </subitem>
    </item>
 </cheatsheet>
diff --git a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/custom-extension.xml b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/custom-extension.xml
index d411f96..6218d32 100644
--- a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/custom-extension.xml
+++ b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/custom-extension.xml
@@ -5,8 +5,7 @@
          This cheat sheet will demonstrate how to extend the Eclipse Browser view by adding a custom extesion using PDE. 
          <br/>
          <br/>
-To learn more about using cheat sheets, click the help button
-         in the top right corner (?).
+To learn more about using cheat sheets, click the help button in the top right corner (?).
       </description>
    </intro>
    <item title="Create a new plug-in" dialog="true" skip="false" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/project_wizards/new_plugin_project.htm">
@@ -26,7 +25,7 @@
       <description>
          To contribute a new link to the Eclipse Browser view, perform the following steps:
       </description>
-      <subitem label="On the &quot;Extensions&quot; page of the plug-in manifest editor, click the &quot;Add...&quot; button in the &quot;All Extensions&quot; section to open the &quot;New Extension&quot; wizard." skip="false">
+      <subitem label="On the &quot;Extensions&quot; page of the plug-in manifest editor, press the &quot;Add...&quot; button in the &quot;All Extensions&quot; section to open the &quot;New Extension&quot; wizard." skip="false">
       </subitem>
       <subitem label="Deselect the checkbox labeled &quot;Show only extension points from the required plug-ins&quot;." skip="false">
       </subitem>
diff --git a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/product-export.xml b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/product-export.xml
index d3e0a6b..04d5a64 100644
--- a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/product-export.xml
+++ b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/product-export.xml
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<cheatsheet title="Export RCP product">
+<cheatsheet title="Create an Eclipse Product">
    <intro>
       <description>
          This cheat sheet will demonstrate how to export the Eclipse Browser plug-in as an RCP application. 
@@ -58,6 +58,11 @@
       <subitem label="Select &quot;File-&gt;Save&quot; from the main menu" skip="false">
       </subitem>
    </item>
+   <item title="Customize the About dialog" dialog="false" skip="false">
+      <description>
+         Body
+      </description>
+   </item>
    <item title="Run the RCP product" dialog="false" skip="false" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/editors/product_editor/overview.htm">
       <description>
          To run the RCP product,
diff --git a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/rcpapp-composite.xml b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/rcpapp-composite.xml
index ec3a495..00e45ff 100644
--- a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/rcpapp-composite.xml
+++ b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/rcpapp-composite.xml
@@ -1,19 +1,31 @@
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<compositeCheatsheet name="Create Eclipse Browser RCP Application">
-   <taskGroup kind="set" name="Create Eclipse Browser RCP application" skip="false">
+<compositeCheatsheet name="Create the Eclipse Browser RCP Application">
+   <taskGroup kind="set" name="Create the Eclipse Browser RCP application" skip="false">
+      <intro>
+         This cheat sheet will guide you through the individual steps to create a standalone fully-branded Eclipse Browser product using the Plug-in Development Environment (PDE).
+<br/>
+<br/>
+To assist you along the way, wizards and commands will be available for you to launch automatically.
+      </intro>
       <onCompletion>
-         Congratulations!  You just created the a customized, branded Eclipse RCP application using PDE.
+         Congratulations!  You just created a standalone, fully-branded RCP product using PDE.
       </onCompletion>
       <task kind="cheatsheet" name="Create an RCP application" skip="false">
+         <intro>
+            This tutorial will demonstrate how to turn the Eclipse Browser plug-in into a minimal RCP application.
+         </intro>
          <onCompletion>
             Congratulations!  You just create an RCP application for the Eclipse Browser plug-in!
          </onCompletion>
          <param name="path" value="application-extension.xml">
          </param>
       </task>
-      <task kind="cheatsheet" name="Create, customize and export a product" skip="false">
+      <task kind="cheatsheet" name="Create an Eclipse Product" skip="false">
+         <intro>
+            This tutorial will demonstrate how to use the RCP tooling in PDE to create a fully-branded product.
+         </intro>
          <onCompletion>
-            Congratulations!  You created and exported a custom product!
+            Congratulations!  You created a fully-branded standalone Eclipse product!
          </onCompletion>
          <param name="path" value="product-export.xml">
          </param>
diff --git a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-composite.xml b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-composite.xml
index d0524ca..5b69d93 100644
--- a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-composite.xml
+++ b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-composite.xml
@@ -4,9 +4,8 @@
       <intro>
          This cheat sheet will guide you through the individual steps to import, modify, test and extend the Eclipse Browser plug-in using the Plug-in Development Environment (PDE).
 <br/>
-         <br/>
-         To assist you along the way, wizards and commands
-         will be available for you to launch automatically.
+<br/>
+To assist you along the way, wizards and commands will be available for you to launch automatically.
       </intro>
       <onCompletion>
          Congratulations!  You just imported, modified, tested and extended the Eclipse Browser plug-in using PDE.
diff --git a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-extension.xml b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-extension.xml
index 29326be..627ba50 100644
--- a/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-extension.xml
+++ b/presentations/eclipse-con/2007/plugins/org.eclipsecon.cheatsheets/cheatsheets/view-extension.xml
@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
    <intro>
       <description>
          This cheat sheet will demonstrate how to import, modify and test the Eclipse Browser plug-in.
-         <br/>
-         <br/>
- To learn more about using cheat sheets, click the help button in the top right corner (?).
+<br/>
+<br/>
+To learn more about using cheat sheets, click the help button in the top right corner (?).
       </description>
    </intro>
    <item title="Open the Plug-in Development perspective" dialog="false" skip="true" href="/org.eclipse.pde.doc.user/guide/tools/views/views.htm">
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
       <description>
          To define a view extension, perform the following steps:
       </description>
-      <subitem label="Click the &quot;Add...&quot; button to open the &quot;New Extension&quot; wizard." skip="false">
+      <subitem label="On the &quot;Extensions&quot; page of the plug-in manifest editor, press the &quot;Add...&quot; button to open the &quot;New Extension&quot; wizard." skip="false">
       </subitem>
       <subitem label="Select &quot;org.eclipse.ui.views&quot; from the &quot;Extension Points&quot; list box and press &quot;Finish&quot;." skip="false">
       </subitem>
@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@
       <description>
          To test your plug-in, perform the following steps:
       </description>
-      <subitem label="On the &quot;Overview&quot; of the plug-in manifest editor, click the &quot;Launch an Eclipse application&quot; hyperlink under the &quot;Testing&quot; heading to launch a second instance of Eclipse." skip="false">
+      <subitem label="On the &quot;Overview&quot; page of the plug-in manifest editor, click the &quot;Launch an Eclipse application&quot; hyperlink under the &quot;Testing&quot; heading to launch a second instance of Eclipse." skip="false">
       </subitem>
       <subitem label="In the second Eclipse instance, dismiss the Intro by clicking on the &quot;Go to Workbench&quot; image.  Select &quot;Window-&gt;Show View-&gt;Other...&quot; from the top level menu." skip="false">
       </subitem>