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The MenuHelp function processes WM_MENUSELECT and WM_COMMAND messages and displays help text about the current menu in the specified status window.

void MenuHelp(

    UINT uMsg,

    WPARAM wParam,

    LPARAM lParam,

    HMENU hMainMenu,

    HINSTANCE hInst,

    HWND hwndStatus,

    UINT FAR *lpwIDs



First message parameter.
Second message parameter.
Handle to the application’s main menu.
Handle to the module that contains the string resources.
Handle to the status window.
Pointer to an array that contains pairs of string resource identifiers and menu handles. The function searches the array for the handle to the selected menu and, if found, uses the corresponding resource identifier to load the appropriate help string.

Return Values

This function does not return a value.

See Also


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