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Simple Menu Control question: remove the arrow

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I have a menu control and the first item has an "arrow" next to it. anyway to remove that?

See this example how it has HOME, About US, Products,Solutions with  ** not arrow**. That's what I'm looking for...
http://www.apnsoft.com/Menu/Ex/Skins.aspx
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You need to clarify a few things:
- Are you developing in ASP.NET or Windows Forms?
- Are you using the APNSoft Menu, or did you just provide the link to show us what you want your
  menu to look like?
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by:Camillia
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ASP.Net, NOT windows forms...

That link is just an * example* . You see how the menu doesnt have the *arrow*. I'm readying from an XML file. I have the top menu item for example "HOME" but i have an arrow next to it...how can I remove the arrow??
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Ok, then I assume you are using the System.Web.UI.WebControls.Menu Control. You can set the menus StaticEnableDefaultPopOutImage Propery to False. If your menu is called Menu1, simply do this:

Menu1.StaticEnableDefaultPopOutImage = False

... Or set it in the Properties Toolbox
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let me try when i get to work and post back////

Yeah, i'm using a straight menu control and it's named Menu1...
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There is also a property called DynamicEnableDefaultPopOutImage, whatever fits your needs.
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If you have both static(items that don't hide) and dynamic(items that hide) MenuItems with child items, then you need to set both .StaticEnableDefaultPopOutImage and .DynamicEnableDefaultPopOutImage to False.
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yeah , that worked thanks.
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