Re: on screen standards

Subject: Re: on screen standards
From: Martyn Thirlway <thirlwaym -at- USOFT -dot- NL>
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 1996 11:41:00 PDT

>Kip Dale wrote
<snip>
>In as much as much of the documentation our customers see is on-screen,
>I was wondering what are the accepted standards for presentation of this
data?
>What font - what font size - what percentage of white space - how do you
deal
>with writing to different screen sizes - any kind of standard for
hyperlinks.
<snip>
The Windows 95 Help Authoring Kit book (and CD-ROM) from Microsoft press
gives details of the fonts, tabs, margins, and so on that Microsoft
themselves use - we are using the same to give a "seamless" image

Martyn Thirlway
thirlwaym -at- usoft -dot- nl
["This writing business, pencils and what-not. Overrated if you ask me."
Eeyore]

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