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Command menu

In telecommunication, a command menu is a list of all the different commands that may be given to a computer or communications system by an operator.

Note: Commands on a command menu[?] may be selected by the operator by (a) using an electromechanical pointer, such as a light pen, (b) touching the display screen with a finger, (c) speaking to a voice-recognition system, or (d) positioning a cursor or reverse-video bar by using a keyboard or mouse, and depressing one or more keys on the keyboard or mouse.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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