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Yesterday I posted the following:
>Someone asked the question (sorry, I deleted the message) about an
>official definition on using "choose" or "select." Stephen Schiller
>was kind enough to provide us with a list of reference materials
>which answer that question. In case the original poster does not have
>this material at hand, here are Microsoft's "official" definitions:
I owe apologies all around... I got everything screwed up! Stephen
Schiller was the person originally posting the request of how to use
"choose" or "select." Paul Scholar was the kind person who posted
the list of reference books on user interface issues (thanks,
Paul)!! And thanks for pointing out the "error of my ways," Stephen!
Sorry about that folks!!
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