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How do u get a menu system with pictures on the side which expand

e.g.
Menu

+ Numbers
+ ETC

and you click + Numbers
and it expands to

- Numbers
1
2
3
4
5

etc

and when u click each one does somethin else, thanx in advnace
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Do you mean a treeview?

Are you just looking for a treeview visual for the built-in submenu functionality?
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by:burnttime
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i fink so lol ive jus come off C++ so im new to vb
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ahh silly me its on the componets list
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