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Posted on 1998-11-04
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I am using MDI form with child forms.Each form has different Menus.when I show a particular child form the menu of MDI replaced by child form menu.I dont want to happen this.

any help??
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Question by:anilkumarv
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by:deighton
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Go to menu editor and turn off WindowList
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by:anilkumarv
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I didn't set Windowlist property.
I just made MDIChild True for all child forms.
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Straight from the menu help...
WindowList:   Determines if the menu control contains a list of open MDI child forms in an MDI application.

This (WindowList) has nothing to do with your problem.  The truth of the matter is that MDI child forms with menus are supposed to have their menu replace the parent form's menu.  This is just the way it works!  If you must have forms with menus then making them MDI Child forms is not an option.  Make them non-child and modal and you can have menus.
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