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submenu

An additional list of options within a single menu selection. There can be many levels of submenus. A submenu can have a submenu, which can have its submenu and so on. However, there is a practical limit as the more levels that have to be reached, the more confusing the interface.
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Add Sub-Menu Styling for the "ol li ol" Selector: Next, the students learned to make the sub-menu flip.
Visitors listening to the hotel accommodations sub-menu will be asked where they would like to be located and what type of accommodation would suit them.
There should be an Options or Settings sub-menu, and in there you can choose to make your phone 'undiscoverable'.
Agents can add as many custom pages as they like using a WYSIWYG editor, create menu and sub-menu entries, and set optimization terms.
a viaOne "watch list" function and a viaOne View sub-menu that allow clients to monitor activity on particular claims
If you want it you will have to search for it on the accessories sub-menu.
com, chooses "services" from the menu, then "manufacturing" from the sub-menu.
Developers can forward engineer selected Rose items using a Smalltalk sub-menu in Rose or reverse engineer selected items from the IDE using the RoseLink menu added to the VisualAge applications browser.
Features Super VGA graphics; high-resolution, 3-D rendered ships and facilities; and an intuitive user interface with fully animated icons, which allows players to avoid the dilemma of searching through sub-menu after sub-menu.
In some sections, such as sport, where there is a large amount of information, "Electronic Telegraph" has introduced a sub-menu on the right-hand side of the page to allow faster access to other stories.
Once the user has created the file or written the letter to be sent, WorldLink Desk is called direct from a sub-menu automatically installed in the Windows based File menu within the open application, WorldLink, which is recipient driven, contains an alphabetical address book, mailing lists for grouping recipients together, the ability to create envelopes and to add attachments or notes the user wishes to enclose.