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Subject:Menus and wording From:"Kahn, Stacey" <skahn -at- WB -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Jul 1995 11:42:42 U
Solveig Haugland writes:
> Option A: Choose System from the Setup menu, then choose Security
> from the System Setup palette.
> Option B (presenting the options in the order they should be chosen,
> but the phrasing is slightly awkward):
> From the Setup menu, choose System, then from the System Setup
> palette, choose Security.
> Option C: From the Setup menu, choose System, then choose Security.
> Option D (favored by our Training and Support departments): Choose
> System >Setup > Security.>
I'd go with Option E: Select Setup, System, Security. The menu is itself a
--Stacey Kahn Washington, D.C.
skahn -at- wb -dot- com
speaking for myself and not for my employers