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I would like to create menus like the ones on office xp can you do that with the .net framework?
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by:arcarson
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If so how?
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by:preinsko
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Here are a couple of good articles with source code that may get you started.  Both are C# examples; but the basics are the same.

http://www.xmlmag.com/upload/free/features/xml/2001/01jan01/dw3_0101xml/dw3_0101xml.asp
http://www.mindcracker.com/csharp/1/menu_1.asp

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by:CJ_S
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Haven't seen Office XP. But assuming the menu looks like the menus which you see in Visual Studio 7 also, yes. Those are their own controls, and knowing microsoft they would give you those controls along with their operation system.

Regards,
CJ
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saar2 earned 50 total points
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I don't know the other proposed samples.

You can download another one from http://www.sjoerd.org/projects/enhance/

Good luck,
Saar
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by:saar2
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so arcarson,
how is it going?
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