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Is this the right label?

from wiki -- Menu buttons are buttons that open a drop-down menu on click. They differ from normal buttons by a small arrow that is displayed next to the button's text label or icon (toolbar button).

Split buttons are menu buttons with two separate click areas; the one marked by an arrow opens a drop-down menu, the one showing an icon and/or text label performs an action immediately.


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