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Not sure about just "top"...."navigation tips" sounds
I guess I would avoid "click here" statements, because
I'm assuming the students being trained will already
have an understanding of mouse usage. The term
"click" is almost exclusively related to the use of
Plus, the learner will likely also be able to navigate
the training by means of keyboard actions, too, and
not just the mouse.
--- Tanya Owens <towens -at- chubb -dot- com> wrote:
> I am developing a web based training, and throughout
> the training I
> advise the learner to "Click here" to access
> additional information. For
> instance "Click here to go to the top of the page."
> "Click here to
> access navigation tips." A co-worker claims that
> "Click here" is
> archaic, that I should just say "Top" and
> "Navigation Tips." I disagree.
> What are your thoughts?
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