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I'm on digest, so please excuse the lateness of this post, but . . .
I dislike being forced to learn yet another set of icons/symbols (and their
meanings) for each program I use. I'm sure I'm not alone.
I understand and agree with Kevin's proposal to use the same help system
for all users. In fact, I use a similar system in the help for one of the
products I support. But rather than cryptic symbols, I would prefer to see
plain English (or French, Chinese, etc.) words describing role
applicability. Or, as a compromise, include a label with the symbols.
Kevin says he's "not an arteeste." I guess I'm even more word-oriented than
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