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RichTextBox control trouble in a MDI programm

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I'm making an MDI programm where the child forms have a RichTextBox control. I want to make a serch menu like the Windows Wordpad. ¿How could I make it?
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what are you looking for exactly?
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In VB5 run app wizard, change the txt box it loads to richtxtbox
In menu editor study the menu's it creates, add and change to mimic wordpad menus.
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