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VB6: Dismiss system tray icon right-click menu

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I made a program that has a right-click menu on a system tray icon.  The problem is, after right-clicking, the only way to dismiss the menu is to select an option or click on the icon again.  How can I make the right-click menu go away when the user clicks outside the menu?
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Call SetForegroundWindow before you call popupmenu

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private Declare Function SetForegroundWindow Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long) As Long


SetForegroundWindow Me.hwnd
PopupMenu mnuStat, , , , Yourmenu
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