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First I want to thank all of those who offered their advice on White Papers....
the opinions were very beneficial as were some of the example some of you
pointed me to.
I have a new question now....in the new documentation for a piece of software
my co has developed we are confused on the use of the words "icons" and
"buttons". We feel that an icon is a graphical representation of the action
that will take place when you click it. A button has text on it to describe
what it will do.
Are we right in our assumption...what standard have some of you used in your
Trio Information Systems
joy -at- trio -dot- com
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