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Isn''t there something like this in the M$ style guide? Or maybe the old
Sun Microsystems style guide?
On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 11:41 AM, Bruce Megan (ST-CO/MKP3.2) <
Megan -dot- Bruce -at- us -dot- bosch -dot- com> wrote:
> Hello All:
> Is there such a thing as a comprehensive list of UI elements (aka: A Cheat
> Thanks in advance for the information.
> Best Regards / Mit freundlichen GrÃÃen / äæèææ
> Megan Bruce
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