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Widgets

Windows have buttons and links and lots of other widgets like checkboxes, radio buttons, lists, sliders, input fields, scroll bars, and cancel buttons.

Buttons

Press buttons, for example, press an ok button.

This completes buttons.

Links

Click on links, for example, each category in the control panel is a link.

This completes links.

Checkboxes

Check or uncheck checkboxes, for example, the task bar has lots of checkboxes.

This completes checkboxes.

Radio Buttons

Select an option from the radio buttons, for example, select an icon size in the customize start menu.

This completes radio buttons.

Lists

Select an item in a list, for example, select a background for the desktop.

This completes lists.

Pull-Down Lists

Pull-down a list and select an item, for example, select a screen saver.

This completes pull-down lists.

Sliders

Slide a knob to set a value, for example, turn the volume up or down.

This completes sliders.

Input Fields

Type into input fields, for example, change your name.

This completes input fields.

Scroll Bars

Scroll through a window like a web page in Internet Explorer.

This completes scroll bars.

Cancel Button

Some menus have ok, apply, and cancel buttons. The apply button applies your changes and keeps the menu open. The ok button applies your changes and closes the menu. The cancel button cancels your changes and closes the menu.

For example, cancel your changes to the display properties.

This completes the cancel button.


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