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Hi, Brian...I don't know about web, but the definitive guide is "The Windows
Interface Guidelines for Software Development", by Microsoft Press. It may have
been ported to the web, but if not, still an important book to add to your
Brian Lightfoot wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anyone know of a Web resource where I can find Microsoft documentation
> naming conventions for GUI elements?
> > Brian Lightfoot - Technical Writer
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> > E-mail: mailto:blightfo -at- positronfiber -dot- com
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