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    Close Box

    On a Macintosh computer, a small square located in the upper left-hand corner of a window which, when clicked on with the mouse, closes an open file or an open window.

    In the Microsoft Windows environment, a close box is a small square, containing a minus sign, located in the top left-hand corner of every window. When clicked on, the system menu is opened. When it is double-clicked, the window or open file is closed.

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