Looking for dictionary on software terminology
Thread poster: Eva G. Breust

Eva G. Breust
Germany
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May 30, 2003

Dear collegues,

who can recommend a dictionary on software terminology (the whole user surface, menus, dropdown menus, icons, windows etc.).

Thank you.

Eva Breust


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Erik Hansson  Identity Verified
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Microsoft's official terminology May 30, 2003

Hello Eva,
if you need Microsoft's official terminology, this is the place you should go:

ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/developr/msdn/newup/Glossary/

This is a vast collection of 20-30 language pairs (English always being the source language), 10-15 csv-files in each language pair. Sometimes very helpful.

Good luck!

Kind regards,
Erik


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Hier kannste ruhig auf Deutsch fragen... May 30, 2003

Hallo Eva,
ich hab' grundsätzlich nix gegen englische Beiträge im deutschen Forum - aber wenn du möchtest, kannst du hier ruhig auf Deutsch posten...

Gruß Ralf


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