This control groups application commands and makes them easily accessible.
Explains what the control is and its key features and properties.
Describes how to add check marks, images, shortcut keys, access keys, and separator bars to menus and menu commands.
Describes how to set several properties to append the multiple-document interface (MDI) child menu to the MDI parent menu.
Demonstrates how to create a list of all the active child forms on the parent's Window menu.
Describes how to disable both entire menus and individual menu commands.
Describes how to hide both entire menus and individual menu commands.
Describes how to set several properties to insert a group of menu items from the MDI child menu into the drop-down part of the MDI parent menu.
Describes how to set several properties to remove a menu item from the drop-down part of the MDI parent menu.
Describes how to customize a MenuStrip by setting check and image margin properties in various ways.
Describes how to use a MenuStrip control to create a form with a standard menu.
Describes how to implement option-button (or radio-button) behavior in a ToolStripMenuItem.
Describes general concepts and methods for menu merging.
Describes how to merge menu items automatically at run time.
MenuStrip Items Collection Editor
How to: Copy ToolStripMenuItems
How to: Hide ToolStripMenuItems Using the Designer
How to: Disable ToolStripMenuItems Using the Designer
How to: Move ToolStripMenuItems
Walkthrough: Providing Standard Menu Items to a Form
MenuStrip Tasks Dialog Box
Describes the features of the MenuStrip class, which provides a menu system for a form.
Describes the features of the ContextMenuStrip, which represents a shortcut menu.
Describes the features of the ToolStripMenuItem class, which represents a selectable option displayed on a MenuStrip or ContextMenuStrip.
Provides a complete list of Windows Forms controls, with links to information on their use.