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Hi Melanie. In case you are interested - the Microsoft Manual of Style says
the following about the word "pane"
Use only to refer to the separate areas of a split or single window.
For exmaple, in Windows Explorer, the names of all the folders can
appear in one pane and the contents of a selected folder in the other pane.
Use lowercase for ane names, as in "the annotation pane".
I did a quick look for other suggestions, but couldn't find any listings for
tree view or list view....
From: Sexton, Melanie [mailto:Melanie -dot- Sexton -at- Marconi -dot- com]
So far so good, but is there any
standard for what we call the right side?
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