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Create menus Runtime Using Visual Basic

Posted on 2003-10-23
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I wan to create All menus at run time there are

Top Level Menu ( I dont know Total Count to Top Level Menu)
1st Child
2nd Child
3rd Child

I had tried a lot but didnt get any solution.. please help me if any body knows
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Create a single menu item and use Load mnuItemName(index) to add more
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You must use a MenuArray Control Array. (declare at design time a menu with index 0,
that means that this menu is a Menu Control Array that begins in 0)

After that use Load MyItem(index) to add more items to the Menu Control Array
(Index Must begin in 1).

To Delete items from the Menu Control Array just use Unload Myitem(Index)
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