What You’ll Learn in This Hour
• Adding, moving, and deleting menu items
• Assigning shortcut keys
• Creating toolbar items
• Defining toggle buttons and separators
The graphical user interface (GUI) you can use to interact with and navigate programs is one of the greatest features of Windows. Despite this, a number of Windows users still rely primarily on the keyboard, preferring to use the mouse only when absolutely necessary. Data-entry people in particular never take their hands off the keyboard. Many software companies receive support calls from angry customers because a commonly used function ...