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AddContextMenu Method (ICommandManager)

Adds a new context-sensitive menu to the CommandManager.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function AddContextMenu( _
   ByVal UserID As System.Integer, _
   ByVal Title As System.String _
) As CommandGroup
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICommandManager
Dim UserID As System.Integer
Dim Title As System.String
Dim value As CommandGroup
value = instance.AddContextMenu(UserID, Title)
CommandGroup AddContextMenu( 
   System.int UserID,
   System.string Title
CommandGroup^ AddContextMenu( 
&   System.int UserID,
&   System.String^ Title



User-defined ID for this context-sensitive menu

Name of the context-sensitive menu to add to the CommandManager

Return Value

Pointer to ICommandGroup object


A context-sensitive menu is a pop-up menu that is displayed when a user right-clicks a selectable object type defined by ICommandGroup::SelectType and, if the object type is a custom feature, ICommandGroup::CustomNames.


You can turn off all menus or all toolbars for a CommandGroup. See ICommandGroup::HasMenu and ICommandGroup::HasToolbar for details.


See Also


SolidWorks 2006 FCS, Revision Number 14

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