Choosing a menu option

Subject: Choosing a menu option
From: Scott Herron <sherr19 -at- IDT -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 1997 10:12:35 -0400

Scott Miller <scott_miller -at- CCMAIL -dot- COM> wrote:

> Which would you use to describe how to choose a menu option:

> "From the menu, choose Create - Message."

> or

> "From the Create menu, choose Message."

FYI, and not intended as criticism, we covered this issue pretty
thoroughly, I think Fall-1995-ish.

Lots of good advice, strategies, caveates, pitfalls, and tips were
explored, examined from every angle, and worked into fine gold leaf.
I recall the articles having SUBJ lines such as "Click or Choose?",
"Select or Choose?", and "The Hilarious Comedy Team of Click, Choose,
and Select."

Y'might want to check the archive for this stuff.

Regards,


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Scott Herron | sherr19 -at- idt -dot- net

That "deep thoughts" bit at the bottom.

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