Re: Alternative to "option" for dialog box options

Subject: Re: Alternative to "option" for dialog box options
From: Virginia_Day -at- DATACARD -dot- COM
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 08:34:11 -0600

I agree with Christina, unless you want to be even more generic and use
"setting" rather than "option." This can be helpful when providing
"required" information or information about relationships.

<snip
Select the style...to use from the 'Styles' list box.
snip>
A Styles setting is required.

<snip
In the 'Orientation' group, select either the
'Portrait',,,or,,,'Landscape' radio button.
In the 'Effects' group, select the 'Underline' check box.
snip>

I would add relationship information, such as the following, as a note in
the list of steps.

Select the Orientation before selecting any Effects. The settings available
in the Effects group change based on the Orientation setting you choose.

HTH, Virginia


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