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Are there textual-formats for documenting actions in Graphical Windows systems?

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I've recently been involved with creating text documention of steps for workflows in graphical windows systems (and web-pages). These are often somewhat wordy, for example: 'Click on the 'Exit' item in the upper-left menu.

Are there more concise and established protocol/standards/formats for this type of text-based documentation that describes steps taken on graphical-windows?

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The question is borderline off-topic... but you might want to consider a format which can be used by ... (3 comments)
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