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nman
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About Use Case Actors

I understand that actors are not just human roles, but can be devices, such as printers, and other systems. If I am modelling a system that will interact with Microsoft Excel and Word, then would I make each of those Actors as well?

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Ku-Tse Cheng
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In my opinion, I'd say yes for the actors. In analysis model, you can design a boundary class for the interface interacted with the actors.

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