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Here's what you didn't know you wanted to know
In the click click click of Microsoft Office Mentality, there is usually rhyme and reason. For example, that little toggle that asks "Do you want to enable editing?"
Of course you do! The developers at Microsoft were sitting around the water cooler one day when Mitch, the head developer guy* said, "You know what people need more of?" "Sex," Mike said. "Peanut butter and tuna sandwiches!" Janice suggested. "Buttons!" Elmer, Mike's five year old son said. "That's right!" Mitch patted Elmer on the the head. " But no only more buttons to click. People also more rhetorical questions." "What if we could combine rhetorical questions with a button?" Janice asked.
"What if!" Mitch scowled. "What if, indeed. No, madame, there are no what if's at Microsoft, just is."
And thus the rhetorical question button was born. Mitch doesn't want to let too many cats of the bag yet, but he says they have a new rhetorical question button that asks "Are you sure you want to use your mouse?" which also functions as a catch 22. You can't use your mouse until you click the button, but you can't click the button until you can use your mouse!
*Head Developer Guy: An official job title at Microsoft.