Program/system which is operated by selecting options from a menu.
Refers to the type of controls on a projector. A typical menu-driven system, will first offer a menu of major categories such as Computer, Video, Audio, Display, Options. After selecting Computer, you will get another menu of choices with items like brightness, contrast, number of colors, color balance, sync. Select one of those and you can then adjust it. Many projectors which are menu driven, also offer the most widely used functions in a non-menu fashion, such as separate buttons on the remote for volume, brightness, and contrast, as well as switching between channels/sources.
A technique of presenting command choices in the operating system by giving the user several different options, recently in pull-down menus.
A software-design style in which the program offers the user a 'menu' of choices whenever a decision has to be made. Rapidly gaining in popularity, menu-driven programs are easy to use and reduce the demands on the end user to a minimum.
A set of instructions that was a list of commands and available options. The user only has to select the desired option; compare to command driven.
Programs that allow the user to request functions by choosing from a list of options.
Program that provides menus as a means of entering commands. 5.3