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- Menus Menu items are actually controls they have properties and events Each menu item has a Name Property a text property and a click event

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Unformatted text preview: Menus Menu items are actually controls; they have properties and events. Each menu item has a Name Property, a text property, and a click event, similar to a button. When the user selects a menu item, the menu item’s Click event procedure executes Menus – Name & Text Properties Menus – Collection Editor To Display the I tem Collection Editor 1. Select the MenuStrip Editor 2. I n the items property in the properties window, click on the ellipses button 3. Then you are able to change properties and move menus up and down… in the Collection Editor Menus- Separator Bars Menus - Writing code Menus – Other properties Multiple Form Programs – Creating a new form Multiple Form Programs – Adding existing items 1. Select Add Existing I tem from the Project menu 2. I n the Add Existing I tem dialog box, locate the folder and file desire 3. Click on Add Multiple Form Programs – Setting Assembly I nformation Multiple Form Projects – About Box Multiple Form Programs – Splash Screens Multiple Form Programs – Showing a Form formName.Show( ) formName.ShowDialog( ) Multiple Form Programs - Hiding a Form formName.Hide( ) Multiple Form Programs – Variables & Constants When you have multiple forms in a project, the...
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2008 for the course MIS 225 taught by Professor Byrtus during the Winter '08 term at Mercyhurst.

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- Menus Menu items are actually controls they have properties and events Each menu item has a Name Property a text property and a click event

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