ImageVision software delivers its unique flexibility by utilizing the power and innovation of an OS/2(TM) platform to integrate multi- media, presentation manager concepts, and the IBM common user access facility.
What does CUA stand for?
CUA stands for Common User Access
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 84 other meanings of CUA in our Acronym Attic
- Certified Urologic Associate (nursing)
- Certified Usability Analyst
- Circuit Unit Assembly
- City Urban Area (Canada)
- Clean Up Australia
- Co-Utilization Agreement
- Comando Universitario Aprista (Spanish: Aprista Leadership College)
- Combat Useable Asset
- Commander's Update Assessment
- Commercial Use Authorization
- Commonly Used Acronym
- Communauté Urbaine d'Alençon (French: Urban Community of Alençon; Alençon, France)
- Communauté Urbaine d'Arras (French: Urban Community of Arras; Arras, France)
- Communications Unit Automation
- Compassionate Use Act of 1996 (California)
- Computer User Access
- Concordia University at Austin (Austin, TX)
- Connection Update Acknowledge
- Cost Utility Analysis
- Credit Union Atlantic (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The pATMIC modules support all common user access protocols (frame relay, ATM-DXI, FUNI, circuit emulation and voice), as well as multi protocol encapsulation and classical IP over ATM.
All the selected widgets are consistent with the style of Microsoft Windows and IBM's Common User Access (CUA).
3 is fully compliant with Windows specifications such as Common User Access (CUA), easy to use pull-down menus and pictorial icons.
Design and build effective, user-friendly graphical interfaces according to common user access (CUA) standards.
These technologies include: o extended relational analysis (ERA) for creating a data model that provides a functional database with a user's orientation, o true client/server distributed processing to optimize overall productivity and system performance, o a 100 percent Microsoft common user access (CUA) compliant graphical user interface (Windows 3.
Man's extensive use of object-oriented programming and its common user access (CUA)-compliant Microsoft Windows graphical user interface.