Menus in Windows Forms
Visual Studio .NET 2003
A vital part of the user interface in a Windows application is the menu bar, as this is where commands are usually shown.
In This Section
- Walkthrough: Switching Windows Forms Menu Structures Based on Application State
- Gives directions for switching between MainMenu objects programmatically.
- Adding Menus and Menu Items to Windows Forms
- Gives directions for creating MenuItem objects and associating them with a MainMenu object.
- Moving Items on Windows Forms Menus
- Gives directions for shifting the position of MenuItem objects within a MainMenu object.
- Copying Items on Windows Forms Menus
- Gives directions for duplicating a MenuItem object between MainMenu objects.
- Disabling Items on Windows Forms Menus
- Gives directions for making MenuItems unavailable by giving them a dimmed appearance.
- Hiding Menu Items on Windows Forms
- Gives directions for concealing MenuItems within a MainMenu component.
- Deleting Items on Windows Forms Menus
- Gives directions for removing MenuItems from a MainMenu component.
- Merging Menu Items Programmatically
- Gives directions for bringing together two sets of MenuItems in one menu.
- Editing Names of Menu Items for Windows Forms
- Gives directions for altering multiple menu properties at once.
- Creating a Window List for an MDI Form
- Gives directions for showing a list of the windows currently open in an application.
- Adding Menu Enhancements to Windows Forms
- Gives directions for creating check marks, separator bars, access keys, and shortcut keys on menus.
- What's New in Windows Forms and Controls
- Describes the new features of Windows Forms and controls in Visual Basic .NET.