Right-Click sub menu in textbox?

casinokid

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Is it possible to right click inside a textbox and get the sub menu that enables you to cut, copy, paste, etc... ? If so, how do I do this?
 

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Juan Pablo González

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It is possible, but basically, you have to create everything ! the CommandBar (Popup bar), the controls, the macros to do the copy/cut/paste, everything...
 

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