How to set size of Context Menu in C#?

I want to set size of te context menu, i.e. I want to set the no of items that should be displayed when we show context menu.
Does any body know how to achieve this??

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Paresh
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aacoolCommented:
The ContextMenu contains MenuItem objects. To hide or show specific menuItems, set the Visible property of the menu item. The contextmenu will show all the menu items that have Visible=true. There is no function to show a specific number of items, although writing one should be easy enough.

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e.g.
    public void AddMenuItems(ContextMenu contextMenu1)
    {
     // Define the MenuItem objects to display for the TextBox.
     MenuItem menuItem1 = new MenuItem("&Copy");
     MenuItem menuItem2 = new MenuItem("&Find and Replace");
     MenuItem menuItem3 = new MenuItem("&Provide Input");
     menuItem3.Visible = false;

     // Clear all previously added MenuItems.
     contextMenu1.MenuItems.Clear();
     // Add MenuItems - menuItem3 will not be visible until Visible=True;
     contextMenu1.MenuItems.Add(menuItem1);
     contextMenu1.MenuItems.Add(menuItem2);
     contextMenu1.MenuItems.Add(menuItem3);
    }
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msdixonCommented:
Don't spend 'em all in one place. (the points, that is.)
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