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Visual Basic 2010 Express Tutorial 22 - Adding A Menu - SpeakABCs 6/11

http://www.SchoolFreeware.comTo add a menu to your application, click on Menus & Toolbars within the Toolbox. and drag and drop MenuStrip (Context Menu Strip is for right mouse clicks) into your form. Place an ampersand before the letter you want to use with the alt key, i.e. &FileE&xitThe Shortcutkeys will display the keyboard shortcuts. ie Alt F4 for ExitCtrl Shift A for About.Once the names of the menu items are typed in, double click on the names and VB will create the private sub where you place the code for the menu to do something.The menu strip can be loaded into the form by going to properties and selecting the menustrip that you want from MainMenuStrip
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