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Course Code : CS 511 Title : Human-Computer Interaction Instructor: Prof. Abdelaziz Khamis ________________________________________________________________ Revision Questions Select the Proper Kinds of Windows Short Answers 1. Define four components of windows. Frame: A window has a frame or border to define its boundaries and distinguish it from other windows. Title Bar: The top edge of the window, inside its border. Title Bar Icon: Located at the left corner of the title bar in a primary window. Window Sizing Buttons: Located at the right corner of the title bar. 2. Define four types of windows. Primary Window (The first window to appear when an application is started) Secondary Windows Secondary windows may be dependent upon a primary window or displayed independently of the primary window. Modal Secondary Windows Use when interaction with any other window must not be permitted >>>>>> 3. Define four characteristics of windows. A name or title , allowing it to be identified A size in height and width (which can vary) A state -
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