Popup Menu with Image, How?

Posted on 1999-01-14
Last Modified: 2010-05-03
How do I get a popup menu with icons beside each menu options?
Question by:xean
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I want to have a popup menu that has icons, just like when you
right click on Windows95/98 desktop then New. Any help is appreciated.

Author Comment

ID: 1456271
I want to have a popup menu that has icons,
like when you rightclick on Windows95/98 desktop then New.
Any help would be appreciated.
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waty earned 50 total points
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Links are not working anymore..
can anyone update 'em please :)
I feel like I have wasted points when I've purchased this answer :P

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