1. A "V"- or ">" marking that indicates more. Many software programs use chevron markings to expand a menu or view other options that may not currently be visible. For example, Microsoft Windows users may have two down arrows at the bottom of their menu to display any menu option that has not been used recently. Below, is an example of a chevron in the Microsoft Window XP Notification area (two small arrows pointing to the left). Also, see the menu definition for another visual example of a chevron in a file menu.
2. These markings are also referred to as a guillemet, angled quotes, fast forward, and rewind and are displayed as either " « " or " » ".
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