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ContextMenuStrip in VB.NET2005b

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Hi

I am using a single ContextMenuStrip on several CheckedListBoxes.

Is there a way to find which CheckListBox was right-clicked? I checked
the functions from ToolStripItemClickedEventArgs without finding
anything, and I wouldn't like to create a ContextMenuStrip for each
CheckListBoxes.

Also, since there are a lot of sites on VB learning, can you propose a
good site which would help me create a control?
(I want to make a RadioButtonList, which would be more elegant than a
simple List with what I have in mind)

I currently test VB.NET 2005b, but if there is no answer for that
version, an answer for VB.NET 2003 would be appreciated.

Thank you
Nov 21 '05 #1
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* Zyrthofar Blackcloak <Zy*@hotmail.com> scripsit:
I currently test VB.NET 2005b, but if there is no answer for that
version, an answer for VB.NET 2003 would be appreciated.


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