scrollable window

scrollable window

A window that contains more data than is visible at one time. Its contents can be scrolled (moved up, down, sideways within the window) in order to view the entire document, image or list of items.
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This scrollable window also holds the key to choosing one of three selectable driving modes: Eco, Normal or Sport.
When executed from any other PC, which can be anywhere in the world, it presents a scrollable window that is the screen of the control PC.
The first key option provides a scrollable window containing all the records meeting the user's selection criteria.
EJO provides access to sidebars in a separate, scrollable window, as it currently displays figures and tables.
Each record is displayed in a scrollable window. The LEADER is displayed, followed by the data fields, labeled by field tags, indicators and subfield codes.
It also supports Windows standards such as multitasking, scrollable windows, pull-down menus, pick lists, and MicroHelp.
FRAMES - Web browser tech for Netscape Navigator 2 enabling a Web page to have several separate and scrollable windows.
Information is presented in scrollable windows. Because this system uses a graphic interface, you cannot save an entire session on disk the way you would with a text-only online service.