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Menu Control

Posted on 2003-03-01
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Last Modified: 2010-05-01
Anyone know of a good Active-X control to create a menu, in VB6. I want a better one then the default VB6 one.

Question by:dankennedy

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Don't know if it's exactly what you are looking for, but one powerful option is to include a webbrowser control in your app, and use any of the millions of free script/Java menus you can find on the net, or, of course, write your own. VB can listen for events in the webbrowser, so it is a simple matter to use it to power your program.

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