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Extra menu items in VB menu bar

Posted on 2000-02-15
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Not really a problem (I don't think), but does anyone know why my installation of VB (Visual Studio 6.0) now has three "File" menu items in the menu bar?  They are identical, as far as I can tell, and don't seem to cause any problem with operation. This is a new installation on a new computer (only one "File" at installation and I don't know when the additional ones showed up -- just noticed them the other day).  On a previous installation on my old computer I at some point got an additional "Tools" menu.  Oddly disconcerting.  Any ideas?
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I have had a similar problem with Excel in the past, you should be able to right click the menu bar, choose customize and then right click and delete any menus you don't want.
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Thanks.  Selecting the "Reset" button at the Customize dialog did the trick.  It bothered me on some low level and I'm glad to have it cleared up.

Richard.
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