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In Vb we use MDI form for the menu Items.
Which is used in the Vb.net for the same as MDI form
Dec 17 '08 #1
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Please be a little clearer about you question
Dec 18 '08 #2
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ya, we can create MDI form in vb.net

set the current form property isMDIContainer= True

then create another form name as Form2

Create a menustrip in the MDIform..

write the below code
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  1. dim frm as new Form2
  2. frm.MDIParent=me
  3. frm.show
Thats all..
Feb 2 '09 #3

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