I want to say:
Please, check out our handbook/knowledge base.
...but it can be interpreted in two ways:
- Please, check out our (handbook/knowledge) base. — as if there is a "handbook base" and a knowledge base.
- Please, check out our handbook/(knowledge base). — the meaning I'm after.
I thought that maybe I should put spaces around the slash to better separate the two choices:
Please, check out our handbook / knowledge base.
...but I'm not sure that does it. I checked out The Punctuation Guide on the topic and it didn't answer my question.
Is it possible to convey the right meaning with a slash, or should I just avoid it altogether?