But I'm not going to do it for people over and over. People who are unwilling to learn new things piss me off.
My wife and I used to own a small software publishing business. I would train people how to use our business software.
That's when I learned that some people do not have a successful learning strategy. To them, learning how to do something is this:
"Write down exactly what has to be done."
The idea is that they follow those instructions like a recipe.
The problem with that strategy is that some tasks simply are not like that. You have to actually understand what you are trying to accomplish and then muddle your way to success, making course corrections as you go. There is no recipe. There are just (if you are lucky!) guiding principles that require thoughtful analysis to apply.
Since they apparently have zero concept of this, they keep trying to write down the exact steps. And it will never work for the wrong kind of tasks.
I'll try explaining this to them when I encounter it, but if they aren't receptive, I don't waste my time afterwards.