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Adding cascading menus to programs custom toolbar / Win+X

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    Adding cascading menus to programs custom toolbar / Win+X

    Hi there
    For people playing around and wanting cascading (i.e sub menus) menus to items they've customized such as their own toolbar or programs added with WIN+X menu editor then this link helps.

    It's an oldie from Windows 7 but it still works on Windows 8/ 8.1 --- -- Like all things though BACKUP before you start so you can restore easily if you hose it up -- and I suggest testing on a VM too.

    Context Menu - Create Cascading Menu of Multiple Layers - Windows 7 Help Forums

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    Last edited by Brink; 29 Oct 2013 at 13:38. Reason: Replaced link for the same here

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