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Using Menus

Most Windows programs and utilities use a set of pull-down menus to store all the commands and operations you can perform. The menus are aligned across the top of the window, just below the title bar, in what is called a menu bar. You open (or pull down) a menu by clicking the menu’s name; you select a menu item by clicking it with your mouse.


1.jpg Click the menu’s name to pull down the menu.

2.jpg Click the menu item to select it.


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