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UI text that refers to UI labels/controls - Correct Style? RRS feed

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  • Hello,

    My question is slightly outside the realm of this forum, but it's the closest.

    What is the correct usage and format when referring to a UI control label?

    Do I bold (or not) the name of the control in the UI string? For instance, say I have a control label called "Settings." In the UI text that describes the procedure that involves the control, do I write:

    "To configure your system, click Settings."

    or

    "To configure your system, click Settings."

    In XP the UI procedure text that refers to the control is not bold. Is there a style for Vista? Again, keep in mind that I'm not asking about the control label style, but the UI procedure string that refers to the control.

    Thanks.
    Thursday, March 30, 2006 12:43 AM

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