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Subject:Name for screen/dialog/frame in a wizard From:"neha ." <snehasn -at- hotmail -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Mon, 17 Jul 2000 20:23:43 GMT
I've found one option with wizards is to say something like *Click Next to
continue.* without referring to the next dialog by name. Or, you could say
something like *Click Next to [and insert a phrase identifying the next step
of the wizard].
1. Enter the name of the target. Click Next to identify the range, azimuth,
2. Enter the range, azimuth, and elevation of the target. Click Next to
Best o' luck!
Freelance Tech Writer in Wash DC area.
I am uncertain as to what I should call the window that appears each
time you click 'Next>' in a wizard. For example, "When you click 'Next>', a
new (WHAT?) appears." Currently, I call it a dialog, but I don't think