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menu bar

[′men·yü ‚bär]
(computer science)
In a graphical user interface, a horizontal strip near the top of the screen or a window, containing the titles of available pull-down menus.
A horizontal or vertical strip containing the names of currently available commands.

menu bar

(operating system)
A permanently displayed menu spread horizontally across the top of the screen or window. When the mouse is pressed over an item on the menu bar, a pull-down menu appears.

menu bar

A row of menu titles typically located at the top of the application's window on screen. The File menu is often the first menu title on the menu bar. See menu pane.
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Select Insert from the menu bar, select AutoText, New, type NPA, and click OK.
Another option on the menu bar leads to information on heart disease specifically in children.
Nova's program is the most attractive, with nice icons for categories such as `financials' and `milestones' displayed down the left side of the screen and a toolbar across the top of the screen, under the menu bar. The remaining workspace changes to accommodate questions, explanations, and samples in the area you're working on but in the opening screen, much of that workspace is given to hawking third-party products from Nova's partners.
You access the slide master from PowerPoint's VIEW menu bar: select VIEW, then MASTER, then VIEW MASTER.
If you can see the menu bar at the very top of the window (File, Edit, View, etc) click on View, move down to Toolbars and choose Customize.
After hitting the "Forward" button on your menu bar, you simply enter the coach's E-mail address.
The menu bar across the top and the hot links to major content areas and specific topics provide multiple ways to access information.
You can also go to www.AgriMarketing.com and click on `Upcoming Events' in the NAMA menu bar on the left hand side.
By clicking on the Inmagic.net menu item in the menu bar of any open DB/TextWorks database, users can select Majors as their information vendor, purchase books, and use a secure two-step process to download the core bibliographic data for each book into the database.
This feature is found under "Tools," then "AutoCorrect" in the Menu Bar. With this feature, there is no word prediction; the text readjusts itself to the programmed autocorrected word.
Web cataloging is accomplished directly from the Inmagic.NET menu item found on the DB/TextWorks menu bar. By first opening an Inmagic textbase (Inmagic's term for database) and then clicking on the Inmagic.NET menu item, knowledge professionals can surf the Web, highlight text on a Web page, and drop it into a field for the record referencing that page.
Time-saving features include an enhanced main menu bar and many new maintenance screens said to permit easier data selection.