|HEADER||USING MENU MANAGEMENT|
Menu Management is the system by which options can be linked together [LOCKS] can be applied to any option, to prohibit access to individual users. There are also several other ways of [RESTRICTING] access to the system. [HELP FRAMES] can be accessed with the option name prefaced by a '?'. These frames provide extended information on how to use options. Menu Management provides ways of [SETTING UP] the tree structures, assigning keys to users, restricting access to options, providing help text for options, [INQUIRING] to the options, [CROSS-REFERENCING] the options, and and made accessible to users. A hierarchical structure is set up which [DIAGRAMING] menus. allows the user to gain access to different functions in the system by progressing thru a tree. Every user has a [PRIMARY MENU] option. This is the top level in the tree. Users may also have one or more [SECONDARY MENU] options. These are options specifically assigned to an individual user which can be accessed at any time. The [XUCOMMAND] menu is accessible to all users at any time.
|DATE ENTERED||1989-01-20 00:00:00|