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You can enhance the usability of your application, and any existing Windows Mobile software, by adding new menus to the softkey menu, and by adding new menu options to existing context-sensitive shortcut menus on Windows Mobile Professional and Windows Mobile Classic.

Note that beginning with Windows Mobile 6.5.3, soft keys are replaced by touchable tiles on Windows Mobile Professional phones.

In This Section

Menu Overview

Provides information about creating or using existing shortcut menus in your Windows Mobile applications.

How to Display a Shortcut Menu from an Existing Resource

Provides a code example showing how to display a shortcut menu.

How to Extend Shortcut Menus

Provides a step–by–step procedure for extending a shortcut menu.

How to Implement IContextMenu and IObjectWithSite

Provides a code example showing an implementation of the IContextMenuand IObjectWithSiteinterfaces.

How to Implement IDataObject

Provides a code example showing an implementation of the IDataObjectinterface.

How to Prevent Tap-and-Hold Animation Display

Provides a code example showing how to prevent the animation display that usually accompanies the tap–and–hold gesture.

How to Register a File System Shortcut Menu

Shows the registration entries and structure registering a shortcut menu.

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