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According to Microsoft, IBM and others, you should click something NOT on
something much like you would press a key.
>How have you decided to treat or emphasize dialog box names, icon names,
>file names, basically everything the user sees on the screen, chooses from,
>manipulates, in your written documentation and on-line documentation for
labels that show up on windows, dialogs, and controls = Arial, bold
file names, code sample = Courrier, normal
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