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Visual Basic .NET by Shirish Chavan

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Chapter 9

Menus and Dialog Boxes

After reading this chapter you will be able to create pull-down menus, assign code to menu commands, modify existing menus, delete existing menu commands, insert new menu commands, insert separators between menu commands, assign shortcut keys to menu commands, to enable and disable menu commands, to check and uncheck menu commands, and to hide and unhide menu commands. You will also be able to open and close text files and to use the dialog-boxes Open, Save As, Color, and Font.

9.1 BASIC ELEMENTS OF MENU

You have already used menus and, therefore, know the various elements of a typical pull-down menu. As regard to terminology, there is a plethora of terms (related to menus). However, we will try to follow established ...

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