Some days, I'm tempted to propose a book on effective technical writing. Then I realize that my editors could produce examples of my bad prose. Also, the writers I work with are overwhelmingly quite nice, intelligent, and fully capable of fixing most minor issues with better feedback.
Still, it's nice to believe that the world is a better place for me having changed a heading from "Using $application To $verb $task" to "$verb-ing $task".
What's important? Is it the tool? In this case, no. It's getting something done. How is less important than what.
You have limited space in headings. Use it wisely.