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How can I customize a Control Box Menu in Vb.net

Posted on 2009-05-17
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How can I customize a Control Box Menu in Vb.net?

I would like to add and remove item, and off course, I would like to add events for this new items.

Thank you.
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I know how can I create a menu. I want customize a Control Box Menu, the menu that shows when you click on form icon.
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