Menus are used by nearly every program and are a great way to add usability to your programs. When used with accelerator keys, menus are the ultimate navigational tool for any application. The design of a menu should be simple and allow the user to intuitively learn the accelerator keys associated with each menu item as they become more familiar with the program.
In part three of this ten article series, I will discuss creating dialog boxes and buttons, edit boxes, list boxes, radio buttons and check boxes.
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