Home and Learn: VB Net Course
This tutorial assumes that you have completed the first one.
A sub menu is one that branches of a menu item. They usually have an arrow to indicate that there's an extra menu available. You will have seen these plenty of times in Windows programmes.
You can create our own sub menus quite easily. Try this:
Of course, none of the menu items work except the Exit menu. But you should have found that adding menus to your programmes is an easy matter with VB.NET.
One more thing we can do. If you look closely at a lot of menu items, you see that they have shortcuts attached. There's two types of shortcuts: An underline shortcut, and a key combination shortcut. We'll see how to do that in the next section.
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