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    Common Action

    In the Windows computing environment, a feature or function for user interaction that every program developed for Windows should provide, as defined in the Common User Access standard. Some examples are "OK" (not, say, "Sure") for executing an activity; "Cancel" (not, say, "Skip It") for stopping an activity; and "Help" (not, say, "Aidez-Moi") for providing information on what specifically the activity will do.

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