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Menus

Most windows have menu strips with menu items, and menu items are drop-down menus. Some windows have tabs. The desktop, the task bar, files, and lots of other things have context menus.

Menu Strips

A program like Notepad has a menu strip with file, edit, help, and other menu items.

A folder like my documents also has a menu strip with its own file, edit, help, and other menu items.

Most windows have a menu strips with menu items.

Pull-Down Menus

The file menu item is a pull-down menu, for example, create new files, save files, and open files.

The edit menu item is a pull-down menu, too, for example, cut, copy, and paste, and delete selections.

Every menu item is a pull-down menu.

Tabs

The display properties have tabs for themes, the desktop, the screen saver, the appearance, and the settings.

This completes tabs.

Context Menus

The desktop has a context menu, for example, change the display properties.

The task bar has a context menu.

Files have context menus, for example, if you've already written your first note in Notepad,

Lots of things have context menus.


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