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Problems with Visual Inheritance & Menus

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I have created an MDI child form that I am using as a base form in a VB.Net
MDI application. The base MDI child form has a series of menu options on
it. I then use this form to create other MDI child forms (using
inheritance). The problem is that the derived MDI child form's menu options
don't seem to have inherited the functionality from the base form (i.e. the
inherited menu options don't work).

If I place a command button or other control on the base form the
functionality from the base form is available on the inherited forms. Does
anyone know what might be wrong? Is there a known bug regarding MDI forms,
menus, and visual inheritance? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Matt

Nov 21 '05 #1
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