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Button

A link to a file on a computer represented by a place the user can click with a mouse. A button may open a program, a directory or almost anything else contained in the computer. It may or may not be positioned on the desktop.
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When all your buttons are threaded, the ends can simply be tied off to make a bracelet.
Consumer product companies undoubtedly loved the Dash button, as it featured a brand logo or brand name of the product and served as a constant piece of advertising hanging in your home.
We may have conditioned responses to many of our buttons getting pushed, causing us to experience strong emotions.
Buttons available at our online website can be sewn on garments or glued on your project work.
We created two separate buttons that open the Detail and Summary reports, respectively.
The basic technology for putting buttons together seems not to have changed much in many decades.
The Amazon Dash Button for Playtex Sport offers different absorbency packs of Playtex Sport Unscented tampons, as well as travel packs of Playtex Sport Body Wipes.
Dash Buttons are available to Prime members for $4.99 each, and they're essentially free: with the first order through a Dash Button, members receive a $4.99 credit to their Amazon account.
Without explanation, the Like button is the trademark emoji of Facebook.
Facebook is introducing six new emojis as a way to react to posts alongside the 'like' button.
Wichita-based artist Roger Strunk won this year's button and poster artwork competition with his interpretation of Admiral Windwagon Smith as an astronaut with the Wichita skyline in the background to capture this year's theme, "Button Up.