Menus Element

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Defines all the menus and toolbars that a VSPackage implements.

Syntax

<Menus>  
  <Menu>... </Menu>  
  <Menu>... </Menu>  
</Menus>  

Attributes and Elements

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

Attribute Description
Condition Optional. See Conditional Attributes.

Child Elements

Element Description
Menus Element Defines all the menus and toolbars that a VSPackage implements.
Menu Element Represents a single menu or toolbar.

Parent Elements

Element Description
Commands Element Represents the collection of commands in the VSPackage.

Example

<Commands package="guidMyPackage">  
    <Menus>  
      <Menu Condition="'%(DEBUG)' != 'true'"   
        guid="cmdSetGuidMyProductCommands" id="menuIDMainMenu"   
        priority="0x0000" type="Menu">  
        <Annotation>  
          <Documentation>this is an annotation</Documentation>  
          <AppInfo>  
            <CustomData>  
              <CustomSubElement>Some data</CustomSubElement>  
            </CustomData>  
          </AppInfo>  
        </Annotation>  
        <CommandFlag>AlwaysCreate</CommandFlag>  
        <Strings>  
          <ButtonText>MainMenu</ButtonText>  
        </Strings>  
      </Menu>  
  </Menus>  
<Commands>  

See Also

How VSPackages Add User Interface Elements
Commands, Menus, and Toolbars