submenu, sub-menu, or sub menu?

Subject: submenu, sub-menu, or sub menu?
From: Karen Forrester <Karen -dot- Forrester -at- SENDERO -dot- FISERV -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 07:54:19 -0700

Edda,

If you're talking about Windows 3.1, the term is "cascading menu." If you're
talking about Windows 95, the term is "submenu."

Karen

>Date: Wed, 22 May 1996 16:56:00 PDT
>From: Edda Skaeringsson <Edda -at- DVISION -dot- COM>
>Subject: submenu, sub-menu, or sub menu?

>I am documenting about using the menus in my PC based software. Sometimes
>you click on a menu item and it opens a sub menu (submenu, sub-menu) that
>the user may select from. I tend to use Microsoft as my guideline for
>writing these types of terms, but haven't been able to track this one down.

>Suggestions?
Karen Forrester
Sendero Corporation
karen -dot- forrester -at- sendero -dot- fiserv -dot- com

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