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IBM 286 Question: Action Sets

 
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This question is from the sample exam:
When Action Sets are added to a perspective from the Window -> Customize menu item, they may be visible as:
A) Workbench level menu items
B) Workbench level toolbar buttons
C) View specific menu items
D) Editor specific toolbar buttons
Does anybody know the answer? What is the definition of "Action Sets"?
 
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Hi Rick:
Answers : A and B
A) Workbench level menu items
B) Workbench level toolbar buttons
what is Action Sets?
Action Sets is an extension point which is used to add menus, menu items and toolbar buttons to the common areas in the workbench window. These contributions are collectively known as an action set and appear within the workbench window by user preference.
I hope this can help.
[ March 11, 2004: Message edited by: Michael Lam ]
 
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