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Just wondering if anybody can help me with this.
Chapter 15 pages 473, 474 and 475 (The text editor example)

In step 1 on page 473 you create a new Open item in the file menu on the frmContainer form.

In step 3 on page 474, you are told to delete the Open menu item from the file menu on frmEditor.

But on page 475, in the How It Works section you are told to use the Open item in the resulting menus.

The event handler for the deleted Open item is still in place on frmEditor, but the new Open item on frmContainer does nothing.

Is this how this example is supposed to be or have i made a (simple) mistake somewhere.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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