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How disable or remove a menu option at run time?

Posted on 2001-08-07
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Basics:  VB6 sp5 on Windows NT.

Question:  Based on certain conditions I want to disable or even eliminate some menu options.  How can that be done?

Thanks.
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Question by:EYoung
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JonFish85 earned 25 total points
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MyMenuName.Enabled = False

or

MyMenuName.Visible = False

use it just like you would for a regular button...
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by:andysalih
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also to add to johns comment,

if you want to disable buttons or labels or text on your menu.

then

command1.enable=false

or what ever the button is called

cheers
Andy
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by:EYoung
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Yes, that is what I have been looking for.  Thanks to both of you.

I have another question that I am not getting far on.  Could you two look at it?  Thanks.  It is:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qManageQuestion.jsp?qid=20164266

Regards,
EYoung
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by:JonFish85
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glad I could help!
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