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VB Menu Editor not available

Posted on 2007-04-05
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Can anybody guide me on how to enable the Menu Editor in VB6?  When I pull down the Tools menu it is grayed out and not available.  Is there a reference or a component that has to be loaded?
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Click your form, then press <Ctlr> + E
Does this work?
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I've noticed if you have 'any' of the form's properties with the focus, it will be grayed out...click the form title and it should not be any longer...
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Aye Corumba!
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Happy to help! :^)
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