And it can be a real challenge to organize all the different information, tutorials and resource lists so that it provides a seamless experience for my customers.
Here is a trick I have found that makes it simple:
I print out my entire document. But to get a real birds eye view of how my content flows, I print out four smaller thumbnail page versions on each actual sheet of paper. So on my first sheet of paper I can see pages 1-4, on my second sheet of paper I can see pages 5-8, etc.
You don't want to edit your text this way. But it makes it MUCH easier to get an overall look at your project (kind of like a movie storyboard) and to see how to organize sections / move sections / or delete sections to be sure your customer has a great experience and doesn't get overwhelmed or lost in a long report.
This is doable on both Mac and PC (I have a Brother Laser printer).
On my Mac, I can choose this setting from a drop down menu in the Print dialog box. On my PC, I can choose this by clicking the Properties button from the Print dialog box, and then selecting the Layout tab.