The WPF Menu control allows users to organize items associated with commands and events in a hierarchical structure. It offers a wide variety of appearance, orientation (horizontal/vertical menu), icon customization, and text-wrapping options.
The WPF Menu control has the ability to arrange items vertically in the window.
Provides an option for adding icons along with text to describe the main menu items as well as submenu items.
In-order to indicate the state of the menu item, either check box or radio button options are provided.
The boundary detection automatically recognizes and displays menu items either vertically or horizontally providing a precise view to the end-user.
Allows accessing menu items by defining shortcut and mnemonic keys for individual items. It is also capable of navigating between menu items using keyboard.
Multiple expand modes facilitate both mouse-click and mouse-hover to open menu items based on the application needs.
Allows end users to scroll up/down when there are more menu items in order to view and select them at runtime.
Displays rich formatted and informative content about a menu item while mouse hovers on it.
The component is shipped with built-in themes like Office 2007, Office 2010, Visual Studio 2010, Blend, Transparent, and Metro.
Allows users to customize the text available in the user interface based on the locale culture.
Allows the text direction and layout of the control to be displayed from right to left (RTL) .