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Jan
8
comment Should I provide feedback from a save button?
It is subtle, but often it's the smallest details that make the biggest difference between a good experience and a great one. Microsoft has taken a lot of care to study the user experience in Word, so it makes sense to take cues from them for your windows application. The question I might be asking myself in your shoes is why does this make sense in Word, but not my application? Maybe users trust the save operation in Word more. Word is very inviting to new users in general.
Jan
6
comment Should I provide feedback from a save button?
I inserted a movie into the document before saving it.
Jan
6
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Jan
6
comment Should I provide feedback from a save button?
If you are asking if you should provide feedback on the save button, meaning on the button itself, I think that is a different question than the current question title. The pictures in your question indicate you are leaning toward providing feedback on the button and that is what some of the other answers respond to. However, if that is the case, I suggest you change the title of the question to fit.
Jan
6
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