In Reply to Parent Post by Meggsy
"Reference" could work. I was also thinking of "Tool".
Which would be more common?
The idea is to shed the mindset of thinking everything has to have a name and has to be classified. I understand that your documentation system might have been designed such that things are
named and classified--it's very common. But you can do yourself a favor by untying that knot, and start thinking in terms of documents
. The standard says that forms are a special kind of document, with special controls, and that's the only useful distinction in most cases.
Have a look at my current sig below, which I'll reproduce here because I change it fairly frequently. It's from physicist Richard Feynman, and it directly addresses your conundrum: "I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something."