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VI. Appendixes > B. Windows 2000 Pro, Menu by Menu

Appendix B. Windows 2000 Pro, Menu by Menu

Every window in Windows, and every window in software written to run in Windows, has a menu bar. Menu bars usually have a menu named File at the left end, and Help at the far right. What comes between depends on the type of software and its functions.

This appendix covers the commands in the Windows 2000 Professional desktop windows.

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Frequently, you’ll find that some menu commands are grayed out, meaning that they’re not available for use. You can usually figure out why. For example, the Copy command is grayed out unless you’ve highlighted something to copy. Other reasons for inaccessible commands can be a little more difficult to parse; this appendix also addresses what to do to make grayed out commands available.


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