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> What I'm referring to is how to describe the navigation of multiple
> levels of menus. For example, to get to the ATTN: autotext in Word 97,
> you would select Tools => Autotext => Attention Line => ATTN:
1. On the Insert menu, point at AutoText.
2. Point at Attention Line.
3. Click on ATTN:
(Note: the words I would bold are Insert, AutoText, Attention Line, ATTN:)