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Creating Menu Items in Run Time in D2k.

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In one of my D2k applications, I have teh following requirement.
I need to populate menu toolbar only at rune time (along with label and icons on it).  I understand that this is possible in VB.
Is it possible in D2k?  IF possible, how to bring this functionality.   Require tips and guidelines, pls.

Srigupta.
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In Forms you cannot create objects at runtime (items, menu etc.). But you can make objects visible, enabled ... - for menu there is SET_MENU_ITEM_PROPERTY built-in there.
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For menu toolbar you can create buttons at design time and programmatically make them visible, enabled by using SET_ITEM_PROPERTY built-in.
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