Windows 95 Terminology:minimized dialog boxes

Subject: Windows 95 Terminology:minimized dialog boxes
From: karen randolph <karen_randolph -at- HILLSPET -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 1996 12:03:32 CST

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Hi ya'll ...

Any idea what Microsoft is calling the minimized dialog boxes within a
program (which used to be icons, but are now looking like taskbar
buttons but are not on the taskbar)?

Couldn't find it in their *NEW* Manual of Style.

Thanks!

Karen

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