Menus are one of the primary means of selecting a program's available options. They're similar to controls, but their function is specialized to invoking selected features of a program. Table 16.2 shows how to create and use Windows Forms Menus.
|Menu Control||What It Does|
|ContextMenu||Menus that are invoked by right-clicking a control.|
|MainMenu||Resides at the top of a form, below its title bar. It is the root menu of an entire menu hierarchy.|
|MenuItem||Sub-menus of a MainMenu and other MenuItems. They form the branches and nodes of the menu hierarchy. MenuItems are used to invoke some capability of a program.|
As a part of any standard GUI implementations, Menus are very straightforward and easy to implement. ...