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i have project in visual basic and i have multi menu  so  the user can select any one of them but if the user select other type i want to deciable the last and operate as the new
hwo any one help me
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Use .INI file and save the user preferences to it. You can read them in at startup of your application and if the user changes the preferences, have your app write them out to the INI file. The next time user runs the application it will start with the last saved preferences.

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