|HEADER||Creating a Menu Template|
A menu template is a set of menu options that can be called at No jumping is allowed during the creation of a template because how you got there may be as important as the target option. All templates begin execution with your primary (sign-on) menu. At the "Select...Option" prompt you may respond by typing: 1. An option from the menu presented to include that option in the template you are creating, 2. '?' to get a brief help message, 3. '??' to see your primary, secondary, and common options, any menu prompt. This list of options will be executed from the top 4. '+' to store the template in your Person file, or 5. '^' to abandon the creation process and return to the regular menu system. of the list to the bottom and then the user will be asked if he/she wants to execute that set of options again. Each menu template is stored in the person file with a unique name associated with it. A menu template is envoked by typing a [left, square bracket] followed by the template name. To create a menu template you will be led step-by-step through your menu trees, selecting an option from each menu presented.
|DATE ENTERED||1998-08-17 10:12:00|