If it’s not I hope Bruce takes in under consideration for the future.]]>
BTW, my “guess” for the long thin bar with an arrow (on the far left) is that it brings up, for the highlighted person, that “full-blown edit screen…” with “…all the cool stuff” ( that Bruce mentions in his blogpost of the 17th]]>
I don’t have any MS Office products on my computer.
I just checked OpenOffice and tt also has the dots and the down pointing triangle.
I had just never noticed them before as I seldom use OpenOffice..
RootsMagic is the most used program on my computer and I have set the .rtf reports and text reports to open in Wordpad. instead of OpenOffice.
Open up any of the Microsoft Office products. The 3 dots are a handle, a place to click and drag the toolbar. It allows you to reposition it and usually detach it, placing it anywhere on the window.
The down pointing triangle is usually a toolbar customization menu.]]>
Also there is a vertical line of dots to the left of the first icon on the toolbar and to the left of tree icon on the top Menu row. If the row of dots have any function, I can’t guess what that may be.
I really can’t come up with what the blurred out word is. I would be surprised if the tab doesn’t open up a different type of entry screen for families.