by Dinesh Thakur Category: Menus Procedure and Function

1. Menus:


a. Menus consist of a menu bar with menu names, each of which drops down to display a list of menu commands.

b. You can use menu commands in place of or addition to command buttons to active procedures.

c. Menu commands are actually controls; they have properties and events. Each event has name property and click event, similar to action command buttons.


2. Sub menus:


d. The drop down list of commands below a menu name is called a menu. When a command on the menu has another list of commands that pops up, the new list is called submenu.

e. The filled triangle to the right of the command indicates the a menu command has a sub menu.


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