The menu bar runs across the very top of your WebCT screen and contains links to my WebCT, Resume Course, Course Map, Content Resources and Help. It also shows your current location via the breadcrumbs and indicates weather you are in View or Designer Options.
A bar across the top of the screen that provides options for the current application. To use the menu bar, click on an item and hold the button down. A list of choices (called a "menu") drops down. To select one, move the pointer to it and release the button.
the primary list of items at the top of a window that represent the actions or classes of actions that can be executed. Selecting an item executes an action, opens a pull-down menu, or opens a dialog box requesting additional information. See also pull-down menu.
At the top of every program a list of commands and this row is called the Menu Bar. Each of these commands contains a number of related commands. For example, the File Menu contains commands to open, save, and exit files.
A horizontal or vertical band that contains the menu or the commands, options, or hyperlinks that a user can choose. Menu bars usually appear at the top of a window or along the left side of a window but can be placed in other areas as well.
A selection of command options that can be pulled down by pointing the mouse to a menu option and holding down your mouse button. Many of the menu bar options may also be accessed by clicking the icons on the tool bar.
The menu bar is located on the top of the computer screen on the Macintosh and on the top of the active window of an IBM compatible computer. These menus contain commands for saving, printing, editing, etc.
The menu bar is the line at the top of an Emacs frame. It contains words you can click on with the mouse to bring up menus, or you can use a keyboard interface to navigate it. See section P.15 Menu Bars.
A permanently displayed menu spread horizontally across the top of the screen or window. When the mouse is pressed over an item on the menu bar, a pull-down menu appears. Source: Foldoc: Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
The part of the Visual Basic IDE, located directly below the title bar, that lets you select functions and commands included with the application. By using the Menu Editor, you can add menu bars to applications created with Visual Basic.
When a window is open, the Menu Bar is just below the Title Bar and displays the names of an applications pull down menus that provide access to the different functions and features of that particular program.
The horizontal strip usually across the top of an application's window. Each word on the strip has a context-sensitive drop-down menu containing features and actions that are available for the application in use.
horizontal list of options for controlling an application. Found just below the title bar of an application window. Also called main menu. Accessed with Alt then arrow cursor keys, or Alt+short-cut key. Only application windows have menu bars.
A bar across the top of the computer screen or window, which has the names of available pull-down menus, such as "File", "Font", "Window", etc.Pressing the mouse on a menu bar item makes its pull-down menu appear.
A graphical entity that appears on a web page to provide navigational information to the user. Also known as a navigation bar.
A list of menu selections appearing in a bar along the top, bottom or side of a window. Menu bars contain different choices depending on the program they come with. File, Edit, View, and Help are four common selections.
A menu bar is a feature of most computer graphical user interfaces that implement windows. The menu bar allows the user to have point-and-click access to window-specific functions, such as saving a file, copying text, or opening a help window.