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I need a quick poll from those of you working in an application based
software environment and using GUI screen construction.
When you create toolbars are they typically used, as in Microsoft, for such
actions as SAVE, CLOSE, DELETE, OPEN?
Our initial design has a toolbar that is used for navigational purposes
between applications. The "editing" buttons mentioned above appear on the
screen itself as buttons.
Curious as to the rules governing design of toolbars and what you have
Cheryl D. Kidder
Senior Information Developer (formerly Senior Tech Writer)
chekid -at- symix -dot- com
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