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How to specify menu item separators for visual studio vb.net 2010 and 2012 web forms?

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I have not found which attribute of the Visual Studio menu control specifies item separator symbol at the root level,  I want menu to be horizontal, but without separators text of items run together.

Which attribute should I use?
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
which .NET framework are you targeting?
The property is not set on the menu itself but on the menuitem:
SeparatorImageUrl

And its not a text but an image.

Alternative (but that depends on how you create / databind your menu items):
Create menu items with the text "|" and without an url.

More info here:
http://forums.asp.net/t/1669258.aspx

HTH
Rainer
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by:hrj5721
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Thanks for the solution, especially for noting that the attribute in question was that of the item object, not the menu object.
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