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How do I create a menu item at run-tim I have menu item call mnuFileRecent(0)
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Load mnuFileRecent(n) where n is the value <> index of any mnuFileRecent created.

For ex, you can say Load mnuFileRecent(1)
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OfCourse, after loading the menu you might want to change the caption by setting its Caption Property to whatever...
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