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[.net] Creating Context Menus

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Original post by Sambori
I guess the answer is no? :)
Why would guess that? Because nobody responded with the answer in 20 seconds?

In the Toolbox, there'll be an entrt for "ContextMenuStrip" underneath the "Menus & Toolbars" entry. Just drag that onto your form and design away.

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Original post by Sambori
I guess the answer is no? :)
Why would guess that? Because nobody responded with the answer in 20 seconds?

In the Toolbox, there'll be an entrt for "ContextMenuStrip" underneath the "Menus & Toolbars" entry. Just drag that onto your form and design away.


Don't forget, on the properties of the control that will have the context menu, scroll down to "ContextMenuStrip" under the "Behavior" section and set it to the relevant strip.

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