Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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Chapter 11: Menus and Multiple-Form Applications
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11.1 The Main Menu

When your application needs to provide many functions from which the user can choose, it might not be practical to use buttons to trigger these functions. Too many buttons can clutter the form, making it look messy and difficult for the user to locate the needed one. In such cases, a menu will be a good alternative. This section introduces the menu.
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  1. 11.1 The Main Menu
    1. Creating a Menu
    2. Context (Pop-Up) Menus
    3. Assigning Access and Short Keys
    4. Invoking an Action
    5. Levels of Menus
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