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Subject:Re: Selecting from, on or in From:Dan Roberts <Dan_Roberts -at- IBI -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Feb 1997 08:53:13 EDT
Arguments can be made for any of the possibilities.
Pick one that works for you, and stick with it.
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At 12:26 PM 2/27/97 +0200, Lee Kimmelman <leek -at- ulead -dot- com -dot- tw> wrote:
>From: Philip Brooke <philip -at- siriustech -dot- com>
>What is the correct terminology for describing a menu selection?
> Select Exit FROM the menu
> Select Exit ON the menu
> Select Exit IN the menu
Well, it depends.
Finally, if I may editorialize a bit, I'll conclude that all of the above
methods are acceptable as long as the standard is established and
maintained throughout the product's documentation.