Since we don't want the password to appear on the screen, click on Edit List and remove Password from Displayed Fields on the right by double-clicking
to send it to the Available fields area (see exhibit 9, page 51).
You can adjust the formatting by double-clicking
on the symbol.
Schedule editing has been made simple with easier entry of availability exceptions, double-clicking
to zoom an employee's schedule, and quick addition of an employee to an existing meeting.
In this simplified example, you can include all fields by double-clicking
on the * (asterisk) item in each of the tables in exhibit 8.
By integrating with today's most popular contact manager programs such as ACT 2000, GoldMine, Maximizer, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express and Telemagic, users of Discovery LINK are able to invoke outbound dialing by simply double-clicking
the contact record, thus eliminating the need to write down or memorize the number to dial.
If you want to see still more, double-clicking
on the vendor will bring up a detailed view of all invoices outstanding.
on an obfuscated file will execute, not as a text file, but in whatever way the original program was written.
that attachment will automatically execute the reader and display the encrypted message and allow the receiver to reply with secure full 128 bit public/private key encryption.
Users activate Droplets by double-clicking
a desktop icon, and Droplets' real-time User Event Protocol (UEP) uses as little as one-tenth the bandwidth of Web-based applications, giving Droplets the speed of local software.
on an attachment masked as a resume downloads and runs a program that quickly divorces passwords from unsuspecting users and then sends virus-infected email to that user's Outlook e-mail address book.
on the Marketplace Assistant icon located in the desktop system tray, the user is taken directly to the ePeople online marketplace where they can ask their support question.
on a test graphical segment will display a full description of each test from a growing database of currently researched test information.