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err, having implemented the suggested solution (related question), I find that it only gives visibility to the second level of menus - I can't find the third or below. Don't understand why the menu administration allows you to easily set up a multi-level menu structure, but then it doesn't display.

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Hi, the multi level menu structure is designed for the navigation menu, not the primary and secondary links, which as the name suggests only displays the primary and secondary links.  So your options are to display the navigation menu that contains your deeper links, or I've found this page: http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/books/drupal_tricks/tertiary_menu

I would create a new block for your third level and put the suggested code in it and so on for each level.  

You may find this link useful: http://mydrupal.com/primary_secondary_and_other_menus and there is also the nice menus module.

But as I always say, try to work with the CMS rather than against it.  It will save you loads of work and unwanted side effects.
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thanks - nice menus seems to do the trick.
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