Kernel provides a number of supplies to create and manage menus and options. These materials allow you to manage all application menus to provide a standard user environment. Regardless of the underlying system architecture, VISTA users see the same user interface because all applications are built using Kernel materials. As a result, user interaction with the system is constant across all VISTA applications and minimizes the amount of time needed to learn new tools.
- used to group other options for display to the user.
arrow jump - ability to jump to an option.
jump - use of a double up-arrow to jump out to an option and then return
marks to obtain on-line help - ability to enter three question marks
to learn more about unfamiliar options.
templates - execute a fixed series of options in sequence.
Kernel's Menu Manager comes packed with lots of system management supplies to provide a secure delegation of menus and the ability to customize menus for individual users. Options can be restricted in terms of when users may select them. You can prohibit the use of an option at certain times during the day by setting prohibited time periods to an option. Kernel provides a number of options to display and diagram menus and options. It also provides the tools to automatically schedule options to run at a regularly scheduled time.
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