Click Language

Subject: Click Language
From: Amy Brown <AMYB -at- IPRAX -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 16:36:23 -0500

Hi folks --

Many of my users are not computer or Windows-proficient. Hence, I
substituted the phrase "click twice" for "double-click."

Now I'm writing the style manual (after the fact of course -- no time to do
it while I was documenting the new product).

Any visceral reactions one way or the other?

Amy
amyb -at- iprax -dot- com

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