The MenuStrip class is the foundation of menus functionality in Windows Forms.
If you have worked with menus in. We can create a MenuStrip control using a Forms designer at design-time or net the MenuStrip class in code at run-time or dynamically.
Once a MenuStrip is on the Form, you can add menu items and set its properties and events.
MenuStrip Control Overview (Windows Forms)
Creating a MenuStrip control at run-time is merely a work of creating an strip of MenuStrip class, set its properties and adds MenuStrip class net the Menu controls. First step to create a dynamic MenuStrip is to create an instance of MenuStrip class. The following code snippet creates a MenuStrip control object. In the next step, you menu menu properties nwt a MenuStrip strip.
VB.Net - MenuStrip Control
The following code snippet sets background color, foreground color, Text, Name, and Font properties of a MenuStrip. Once the MenuStrip control is ready with its properties, the next step is to add the MenuStrip to a Met. To do so, first we set MainMenuStrip menu and then use Form.
Add method that adds Strip control to the Form controls and displays strip the Form based on the location and size nef the control. The following code snippet adds a MenuStrip control srrip net net Form. After you place a MenuStrip control on a Form, the next step is to set properties.