Menu:
AppendMenu
CreateMenu
CreatePopupMenu
DeleteMenu
DestroyMenu
DrawMenuBar
GetMenu
GetMenuBarInfo
GetMenuContextHelpId
GetMenuItemCount
GetMenuItemID
GetMenuItemInfo
GetMenuString
GetSubMenu
GetSystemMenu
GetWindowContextHelpId
GetWindowDC
InsertMenuItem
IsMenu
SetLayeredWindowAttributes
SetMenu
ShellExecuteEx
TrackPopupMenuEx
Accessing Adobe Reader 7.0 main menu from VFP application
Adding user-defined items to the Control Menu of VFP form (requires VFP9)
Attaching menu to a top-level form
Comparing dimensions of the VFP main window with _SCREEN properties
Displaying icons in the system tray (VFP9)
How to control Adobe Reader 9.0 (SDI mode) from VFP application
How to create transparent areas inside a form -- punching holes in the form
How to find which fonts Windows uses for drawing captions, menus and message boxes
How to get the path to a Special Folder
How to hot-track menu item selection in top-level form (requires VFP9)
How to prevent users from accessing the Windows Desktop and from switching to other applications
Minimizing all running applications
Moving shortcut to a specified position on the Windows Desktop
Programmatically removing submenus from VFP main menu
Reading the structure of VFP main menu
Retrieving window and menu help context identifiers
Retrieving Window Class information for the VFP window
Semi-transparent Form
Shortcut Menu Class
Switching between keyboard layouts
Testing Transparent Menu Class with top-level form (requires VFP9)
Transparent Menu Class (requires VFP9)
Using ActiveX control for adding a menu directly to a FoxPro MDI form
Using FoxTray ActiveX control: System Tray Icon and menu attached to VFP form
Using IsChild() for testing ThisForm.ShowWindow property
Using Video Capture: displaying on FoxPro form frames and previewing video obtained from a digital camera