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The Windows Interface:
This book comprises the rules that applications developers must follow to create consistent and correct interfaces for their Windows applications. The book moves from general issues to detailed specifics. It begins by addressing the basic principles of user interface design, discusses the fundamentals of handling mouse and keyboard input, and covers the implementation of the "interactivity basics": selecting objects, navigating with the mouse and keyboard and others. The guide then covers the major elements of the Windows interface: windows, menus and dialog boxes and dialog box controls. It concludes by covering several topics, including providing mechanisms for users to customize the interface, adding a help system and recognizing issues related to internationalizing an application. [via]