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Granularity, in this sense, is how detailed do you
want to be.
Click the Cancel button
Click the Cancel button in the corner of the window
Click the Active Cancel button found in the button
cluster along the bottom of the window.
you get the idea.
> The engineer who wrote the feature specs for an
> application I'm documenting
> used the word "granularity" in a sense I'm not
> familiar with. The
> application uses queues to keep track of customers
> needing help from
> customer service reps. Here's the table he wrote:
John Posada, Merck Research Laboratories
Sr Technical Writer, WinHelp and html
(work) john_posada -at- merck -dot- com - 732-594-0873
(pers) jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com - 732-291-7811
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