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A bible for Windows workers in these parts is Microsoft
Press' _The Windows Interface: An Application Design
Guide_ (1992). I like also Wilbert Galitz' new book
_It's Time to Clean Your Windows: Designing GUIs
That Work (John Wiley, 1994) and Mark Minasi's
_Secrets of Effective GUI Design_ (Sybex, 1994). These
are all excellent books.
A review of the Galitz and Minasi books will be
published in an upcoming issue of _Technical
Washington Legislative Service Center
On Thu, 7 Apr 1994, Susan Sellew wrote:
> I'm looking for a Microsoft Windows Style Guide. Can someone recommend one?
> Susan Sellew
> sss -at- creare -dot- com
> P.S. I too would like Digest format on this list.