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TMenuBar from Inprise

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How do this component work?

I add a ordinary TMainMenu, and the choose this mainmenu as the MainMenu-property in TMenuBar, with the reesult that I have two menus, how do I remove the old TMainMenu or make it invisible?
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philipleighs earned 50 total points
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Click form, go to object inspector, locate the Menu property, press Delete key.

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by:koger
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Ofcourse, all I need, thanks alot
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