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Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 07:33:40 -0500
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Hi Keith,

I''m not sure how much this helps you with what you're looking for, but you
can try: If nothing
else, there are good examples to glean from.


On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 2:09 PM, Keith Dvorak <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I'm wondering if anyone knows of an online resource for technical writing
> for interfaces. I am not really looking for things like when to use bullets
> v numbering, or bold, or italics (though I'm not opposed to that
> information per se). What I want is something that discusses whether to use
> "click" or "type" or "press," use "select" for check boxes (or don't use
> "select"). Is it an "arrow" or "drop-down" arrow, and do I "choose,"
> "click," or "select the options presented?
> Thank you for any information you can provide!
> Here's to the weekend!
> Keith
> Fabricando fabri fimus
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