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Barbara Hallnan (barbara -at- ejv -dot- com) wrote:
: Bill asks whether there's a specific writing style
: for documenting Windows applications, and for each
You might check out a book called "The GUI Guide: International
Terminology for the Windows Interface", from
Microsoft Press. About two-thirds of the book is taken up with
translations of various GUI terms into several foreign
languages -- however, the remaining third contains
definitions of common terms like choose and select.
It's useful if you want to stay consistent with
Includes disk with translation information.
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