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At 10:45 AM 7/20/99 -0700, Susan W. Gallagher wrote:
>I know, I know... With the change in interface from 3.x to 9x, Windows
>lost the title case for window and dbox names. But I still use title
>case for empasis there. In all other situations, I'm not a big fan of
>gratuitous capitalization for emphasis; but in the case of window or
>dbox titles, I think it works quite well.
And, yes, now that I've poured my seventh cup of coffee %-)
I would use title case for dbox components such as the radio
button label of great length described in the original query.