[texworks] close and exit
esperanto at swing.be
Mon Apr 5 17:58:30 CEST 2010
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Alain Delmotte a écrit :
> Bruno Voisin a écrit :
>> Le 5 avr. 2010 à 09:57, Alain Delmotte a écrit :
>>> I think you are reversing the original message!
>>> For a very long time now Microsoft Office do have a main window and
>>> sub-windows for documents (even if in the last versions the
>>> sub-windows are open each with a title bar, menu and tools bars); so
>>> closing a document doesn't end the program.
>>> But it is true that many people click on the wrong "closing" button.
>>> When you open a document, there are two one above the other in the
>>> upper right corner: the top one is for the application, the bottom
>>> one for the document. It is difficult to have people see the
>>> difference; further, in the new versions, if there is only one
>>> document open, the two buttons exist, if you have two or more, as
>>> they are open in own window, there is only one button which is
>>> closing the document-window; when you close down, the second
>>> re-appear when there is only one document open left.
>>> For other programs either you have sub-windows *in* the main window
>>> and then two buttons, or you have a special application-window and
>>> floating documents windows (like in GIMP).
>> OK, I'll reboot later today or tomorrow in Windows 7 and try to see
>> what you're describing in Office. For the moment I must admit I can't
>> figure out what these two buttons one above the other are, the only
>> ones I remember are the three buttons disposed laterally side-by-side
>> on the top right corner of each window, one for enlarging the window
>> to screen size (green IIRC), one for minimizing it to the taskbar
>> (yellow IIRC) and one (the one I was referring to, the big right
>> button on the top right corner, red IIRC) for closing the window.
> In Word 2000 there was only one close button when you had more than
> one document open, in 2003 you always have the close button for Word
> and the one for the document.
> closing buttons
> The two other buttons are minimize and full screen/window.
> Before you had three buttons for the document and could minimize it;
> now each document is in its own window.
>> Bruno Voisin
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