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Display/Touch Screen Windows

Figure 4 shows a sample Display/Touch Screen window and its components.

Figure 4. Display/Touch Screen Window Components
This is an image that illustrates a sample Display/Touch Screen window and its components.
(1) Main Window

The Main Window always appears on the Display/Touch Screen. All of the other pull-down menus, procedure windows, keyboard and keypad windows, and pop-up windows appear on top of it.

The Main Window contains the following:

(2) Pull-Down Menu
A pull-down menu appears when you select a choice on the Main Window Menu Bar. The menu contains a list of functionally-grouped procedures. Figure 4 shows the pull-down menu that you see if you SELECT Operate from the Main Window Menu Bar.
(3) Procedure Window

A procedure window appears when you select a procedure from a pull-down menu. A procedure window provides you with all of the lists, options, and push-buttons you need to accomplish a defined procedure.

Figure 4 shows the procedure window you see when you select the Printer Status... procedure from the Operate pull-down menu.

Figure 5 shows all pull-down menu procedures. It also shows which pull-down menu you use to access each procedure. Shading indicates the user authorization level that is required of each procedure. Menu Summary summarizes all of the functions available from the pull-down menus.