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menu-driven

Using menus to command the computer. Contrast with command-driven.
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With the menu-driven search method, new users can learn to search the HAYSTACK System in minutes.
It's a menu-driven program that provides financial analysis without requiring the user to be fluent in computer programming or financing.
Enhanced Graphics and Simplified, Menu-Driven Programming Ensures a Simpler, More Intuitive Interface and Easier Access to TestStation's Powerful Suite of Test Debug Tools
PLC control and menu-driven software also provide easy operation, Dynisco says.
The company offers intuitive software for the E-Series, including a menu-driven interface with a library of standard sequences and teach programming.
This is done with a menu-driven, user-friendly solid modeler where 3-D shapes can be easily constructed out of cubic elements.
Software highlights: Toll-free telephone support; customizable client letter and invoicing; diagnostics; built-in calculator; note capabilities; proforma/client organizer; menu-driven.
For even more advanced control, the Tax Assist(TM) flexible rule builder enables the implementer with a powerful menu-driven tool for creating logic using any combination of inputs to drive specific taxability results.
Sensitivity adjustments can be made through the menu-driven PLC, and settings for up to 100 products can be stored in memory.
that not only provides a large library of useful macros but also helps the user to create custom macros with a menu-driven program.
The LE1600TS extends Motion's leadership in slate PCs into the industries that use menu-driven applications to improve efficiency.