vb5 Customize Toolbars/menus -- can you define sub-menus 
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 vb5 Customize Toolbars/menus -- can you define sub-menus

Is there a way to define sub-menus for either a "Toolbar" or for one of the
"Shortcut Menus"?  

I'd like to consolidate some of the "Shortcut Menus/Code Windows/Code
Window" menu items into a Sub-menu.

I realize you can use any of the predefined Sub-menus from the 'Commands'
tab of the 'Customize' (Toolbar) dialog, but I want to create one.  The
problem with using one of the predefined Sub-menus is that if you modify
it, the modifications are reflected everywhere that sub-menu is referenced.
 I tried copying one, changing its 'Name', and then modifying it, but the
changes were still reflected in the original one I copied it from.

I'm using vb5 EE.


Raffi Bezidjian,
MCP / Solution Developer

Sun, 10 Oct 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 [ 1 post ] 

 Relevant Pages 

1. menus and sub-menus and sub-sub-menus

2. adding menus, sub menus, and sub sub menus on runtime mode.

3. Linking Private Subs to toolbars/menus

4. Menus, submenus, & sub-submenus in realtime code

5. Toolbar button with sub menu's

6. Creating New menu and sub menu items all through code

7. Finding and Acting Upon Sub Menu Items In a Menu

8. How to make submenus in the menu box, and how to Apply properties to the menus

9. Biulding a menu, sub-menu at run time.

10. Find out a sub-menu's parent menu

11. Synchronise menus, toolbars, context menus etc.

12. vb5 Passing an array of type MENU to a Sub


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