Insert menus on buttons dropdown | Attach a menu like button in java | Swing Demo

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Well we , tipsntricks4all has now come up with a view to create menu buttons in java , menu buttons are nothing but the buttons and when we click on it , a menu with menu items is viewed , this is ofcourse not the latest , but is also available in most of the softwares , in windows explorer also ! But creating them with Java Swing is something new ! here is the program , you will need to know that we do not add buttons , we only use menubar and menu , if you want you can also use toolbar

import javax.swing.*;

import java.awt.*;
public class menuButtonDemo extends JFrame
{
// declare variables
JMenuBar menuBar;
JMenu menu;
JMenuItem newFile,open,save,saveAs,print,exit;
public menuButtonDemo()
{
setFrameProperties();
initComponents();
}
private void setFrameProperties()
{
// set frame properties
setTitle("Menu Button Demo");
setSize(400,300);
setLocation(150,150);
setLayout(new FlowLayout());
setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
setVisible(true);
}
private void initComponents()
{
// initialize components
menuBar=new JMenuBar();
menu=new JMenu("File");
newFile=new JMenuItem("New");
open=new JMenuItem("Open");
save=new JMenuItem("Save");
saveAs=new JMenuItem("Save As");
print=new JMenuItem("Print");
exit=new JMenuItem("Exit");
// add menu items to menu :
menu.add(newFile);
menu.add(open);
menu.add(save);
menu.add(saveAs);
menu.addSeparator();
menu.add(print);
menu.add(exit);
// add menu to menu bar :
menuBar.add(menu);
// add menu bar to frame instead of setJMenuBar :
add(menuBar);
}
public static void main(String args[])
{
SwingUtilities.invokeLater(new Runnable(){
public void run()
{
new menuButtonDemo();
}
});
}
}

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Create menus on buttons in java swing ? Swing Demo

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Well we , tipsntricks4all has now come up with a view to create menu buttons in java , menu buttons are nothing but the buttons and when we click on it , a menu with menu items is viewed , this is ofcourse not the latest , but is also available in most of the softwares , in windows explorer also ! But creating them with Java Swing is something new ! here is the program , you will need to know that we do not add buttons , we only use menubar and menu , if you want you can also use toolbar

import javax.swing.*;

import java.awt.*;
public class menuButtonDemo extends JFrame
{
// declare variables
JMenuBar menuBar;
JMenu menu;
JMenuItem newFile,open,save,saveAs,print,exit;
public menuButtonDemo()
{
setFrameProperties();
initComponents();
}
private void setFrameProperties()
{
// set frame properties
setTitle("Menu Button Demo");
setSize(400,300);
setLocation(150,150);
setLayout(new FlowLayout());
setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
setVisible(true);
}
private void initComponents()
{
// initialize components
menuBar=new JMenuBar();
menu=new JMenu("File");
newFile=new JMenuItem("New");
open=new JMenuItem("Open");
save=new JMenuItem("Save");
saveAs=new JMenuItem("Save As");
print=new JMenuItem("Print");
exit=new JMenuItem("Exit");
// add menu items to menu :
menu.add(newFile);
menu.add(open);
menu.add(save);
menu.add(saveAs);
menu.addSeparator();
menu.add(print);
menu.add(exit);
// add menu to menu bar :
menuBar.add(menu);
// add menu bar to frame instead of setJMenuBar :
add(menuBar);
}
public static void main(String args[])
{
SwingUtilities.invokeLater(new Runnable(){
public void run()
{
new menuButtonDemo();
}
});
}
}

Create buttons with menus in java swing ? Swing Demo

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Well we , tipsntricks4all has now come up with a view to create menu buttons in java , menu buttons are nothing but the buttons and when we click on it , a menu with menu items is viewed , this is ofcourse not the latest , but is also available in most of the softwares , in windows explorer also ! But creating them with Java Swing is something new ! here is the program , you will need to know that we do not add buttons , we only use menubar and menu , if you want you can also use toolbar

import javax.swing.*;

import java.awt.*;
public class menuButtonDemo extends JFrame
{
// declare variables
JMenuBar menuBar;
JMenu menu;
JMenuItem newFile,open,save,saveAs,print,exit;
public menuButtonDemo()
{
setFrameProperties();
initComponents();
}
private void setFrameProperties()
{
// set frame properties
setTitle("Menu Button Demo");
setSize(400,300);
setLocation(150,150);
setLayout(new FlowLayout());
setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
setVisible(true);
}
private void initComponents()
{
// initialize components
menuBar=new JMenuBar();
menu=new JMenu("File");
newFile=new JMenuItem("New");
open=new JMenuItem("Open");
save=new JMenuItem("Save");
saveAs=new JMenuItem("Save As");
print=new JMenuItem("Print");
exit=new JMenuItem("Exit");
// add menu items to menu :
menu.add(newFile);
menu.add(open);
menu.add(save);
menu.add(saveAs);
menu.addSeparator();
menu.add(print);
menu.add(exit);
// add menu to menu bar :
menuBar.add(menu);
// add menu bar to frame instead of setJMenuBar :
add(menuBar);
}
public static void main(String args[])
{
SwingUtilities.invokeLater(new Runnable(){
public void run()
{
new menuButtonDemo();
}
});
}
}

How to create menu buttons in java se with swing ? Swing Demo

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Well we , tipsntricks4all has now come up with a view to create menu buttons in java , menu buttons are nothing but the buttons and when we click on it , a menu with menu items is viewed , this is ofcourse not the latest , but is also available in most of the softwares , in windows explorer also ! But creating them with Java Swing is something new ! here is the program , you will need to know that we do not add buttons , we only use menubar and menu , if you want you can also use toolbar

import javax.swing.*;

import java.awt.*;
public class menuButtonDemo extends JFrame
{
// declare variables
JMenuBar menuBar;
JMenu menu;
JMenuItem newFile,open,save,saveAs,print,exit;
public menuButtonDemo()
{
setFrameProperties();
initComponents();
}
private void setFrameProperties()
{
// set frame properties
setTitle("Menu Button Demo");
setSize(400,300);
setLocation(150,150);
setLayout(new FlowLayout());
setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
setVisible(true);
}
private void initComponents()
{
// initialize components
menuBar=new JMenuBar();
menu=new JMenu("File");
newFile=new JMenuItem("New");
open=new JMenuItem("Open");
save=new JMenuItem("Save");
saveAs=new JMenuItem("Save As");
print=new JMenuItem("Print");
exit=new JMenuItem("Exit");
// add menu items to menu :
menu.add(newFile);
menu.add(open);
menu.add(save);
menu.add(saveAs);
menu.addSeparator();
menu.add(print);
menu.add(exit);
// add menu to menu bar :
menuBar.add(menu);
// add menu bar to frame instead of setJMenuBar :
add(menuBar);
}
public static void main(String args[])
{
SwingUtilities.invokeLater(new Runnable(){
public void run()
{
new menuButtonDemo();
}
});
}
}