After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Create and edit menus for Windows Forms applications.
Use the MenuStrip and ContextMenuStrip controls.
Respond to menu events for performing processing when a user clicks a menu command.
Manipulate menus programmatically and create dynamic menus.
Create context-sensitive pop-up menus.
Use common dialog boxes in your applications to prompt the user for the names of files and printers.
Send documents to a printer.
In Chapter 20, you saw how to create a simple Windows Forms application that used a selection of controls and events. Many professional Microsoft Windows applications also provide menus containing commands and options, giving the user the ability ...