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st: Finding the menu location of a known command


From   Mike Lacy <Michael.Lacy@colostate.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Finding the menu location of a known command
Date   Sat, 03 Sep 2005 13:43:13 -0600

I find that I often would like to find the menu location of a command whose name I know but whose location I cannot remember. For example, let's say I can't remember where -regress- is located in the menu system. I'm aware that I can do -db regress- to bring up the dialog, or do -help regress- and click on the highlighted command name in a help screen. However, I would like to have somew ay to find out that the menu path to -regress- is
Statistics/Linear Models and Related/Linear Regression.
I had presumed I was just overlooking such a feature, but I still haven't found it after RTM etc. Suggestions?


Regards,

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Mike Lacy
Fort Collins CO USA
(970) 491-6721 office





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