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Default Java Cascading Menu

I'm working on a Java GUI for a project, however, I am not too familiar with Java. We have a cascading menu and sometimes the amount of items in the menu runs off the screen. Does anyone know how to make multiple columns (like the windows start menu->programs) when you have a big number of items?? Or does anyone know how to create a scroll bar for a menu?

The code for the GUI was written a while back and we don't have enough time to go back and re-write the code.

Thanks!!
Jason





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