Gets the markup that renders a placeholder for the associated control at design time when no markup is otherwise available.
Assembly: System.Design (in System.Design.dll)
The method generates the markup for a placeholder that specifies the Menu control name and a message instructing you to use the collection editor to add items.
The following code example shows how to override the method in a class that is inherited from the MenuDesigner class. The overridden method changes the appearance of a control that is derived from the Menu class at design time. The example generates the markup for a placeholder that includes a message indicating that no menu items are defined for the associated control.
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