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I think the hiding of menu options leads to an inconsistent interface. I always
turn it off in MS Office. The result is that the menu items are always where
I expect them to be. I don't care if there are others there that I never use.
I really can't see the problem. How can your learn what the program can do
if most of the menu items are hidden? And once you've learnt it, I should think
you'd be using the shortcuts all the time anyway.
Hint: see http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/shortcuts.php for a list of
all the shortcuts.
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