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    Hello
    how to convert mnu file to cui file manualy
    because original menu file had modified therefor i had to modify cui file to reload it to reflect modification
    i know that autocad covert menu file to cui file automaticaly for first time
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    Use the Menuload command

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    ...or the ._MENU command.

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    i try to use the menu load but always gives error
    that mean you can't load menu but you can load cui ,therfore cui file can't be updated in this way, is my speach correct
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    Both the MENU and MENULOAD commands will accept a MNU or MNS file and convert it to a CUI file.

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    i tried to load menu but alaways gives error reading file
    but mns file okay
    so in this case any modification must apply on mns file so we can load unload
    my toolbar
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    It *is* picky on menu file syntax.

    If your MNU or MNS doesn't follow documented syntax - you may have problems, either during or after the conversion.

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