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Hi.
I'm using the visio 2003 control in c#.
When you right click on a shape the default visio context menu comes up.(Copy ,Paste and so on...).I like that,however I'd like to add another menu item to the context menu.

Does any know how I do that?Both adding the item and tracking it when I click on the item?

Thanks
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Hi!
Consider getting and setting the Visio control's ContextMenu property.

Have a look at the .NET Framework SDK Documentation here:
ms-help://MS.NETFrameworkSDKv1.1/cpref/html/ frlrfSystemWindowsFormsControlClassContextMenuTopic.htm
And here:
ms-help://MS.NETFrameworkSDKv1.1/cpref/html/frlrfsystemwindowsformscontextmenuclasstopic.htm

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Note: In order to reuse MenuItem objects that are displayed in a MainMenu for use in a ContextMenu, you must create a copy of the menu using the CloneMenu method of the MenuItem class. You can also merge menu items and their submenu items into a single MenuItem object using the MergeMenu method of the MenuItem class.
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I hope that helps!
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