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menu-driven

[ men-yoo-driv-uhn, meyn- ]
/ ˈmɛn yuˌdrɪv ən, ˈmeɪn- /
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adjective Computers.

of or relating to software that makes extensive use of menus to enable users to choose alternatives and guide program operations.

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menu-driven

adjective

(of a computer system) operated through menus
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