Re: Proving an MS standard

Subject: Re: Proving an MS standard
From: bgranat -at- att -dot- net
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 19:49:11 +0000


> When a popup window has Yes and No buttons, I usually type Y or N instead of
> using my mouse or pressing Enter for the active key activation. Our software
> doesn't accept a Y or N. I told the developers to change it so it does as,
> like it or not, Microsoft is our standard interface. The developers want me
> to prove that this is a standard. I went to microsoft.com and spent an hour
> trying to find something. Can anyone out there find a reference for me?
> Thanks!
>
>

Open Word 2000 (probably works in 97 also).
Type a few letters in the doc and click
the Close button on the *document*. A dialog
box opens that asks, "Do you want to save the
changes you made to Document1?"

Pressing *either* CTRL+Y or ALT+Y opens
the Save As dialog box. Pressing *either*
CTRL+N or ALT+N closes the document.

There is nothing in the dialog box to indicate
that these shortcuts are available.

Bonnie Granat

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