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    Form Menu Editor (VB6)

    I've created a menu using the Menu Editor from the form detail ( By clicking right mouse).

    Since I have two forms, one for 800x600 and one for 1024.........
    I need this menu for both forms.

    Is it possible to copy a fully completed menu structure and paste it to the other form. ?
    Or do I have to recreate it from scratch ?

    The code isn't a problem.

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    Re: Form Menu Editor (VB6)

    For others who have this similar issue:-

    http://www.devx.com/vb2themax/Tip/18789

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    Re: Form Menu Editor (VB6)

    Thanks for the link Dave, more strings to the bow again although I must admit to being puzzled as to why you would need a seperate form for 2 screen resolutions?

    Regards,
    Kevin Bell

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    Re: Form Menu Editor (VB6)

    Kev

    Some of our users use 800 x 600 where a couple prefer 1024 x 768.

    I know there are some API calls to stretch controls but I don't think they would work in my design.

    Form800........ has 3 image box's to the left of the form where Form 1024 has 4 instead.

    It's all to do with how form is viewed along side a PDF control.

    It's a bit long winded using this method, having to duplicate code and stuff, but I would rather have this way for absolute
    control positioning.

    Any way, you're welcome.

    p.s

    I haven't tried it yet, and the link's site advises to back up first.

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