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how can I set IsEnable property of menuitem when opeing contextmenu.
code below:

C#
 m_ProjectMenu = new ContextMenu();
MenuItem MenuItem_Submit = new MenuItem();
MenuItem_Submit.Header = "Submit";
m_ProjectMenu.Items.Add(MenuItem_Submit);

MenuItem MenuItem_Delete = new MenuItem();
MenuItem_Delete.Header = "Delete";
m_ProjectMenu.Items.Add(MenuItem_Delete);

m_ProjectViewGrid.ContextMenu = m_ProjectMenu;
m_ProjectViewGrid.ContextMenuOpening += new ContextMenuEventHandler(m_ProjectViewGrid_ContextMenuOpening);


C#
void m_ProjectViewGrid_ContextMenuOpening(object sender, ContextMenuEventArgs e)
        {
           //here I want get menuitem by its header or name and set its IsEnable property to value I want
        }


How can I get the MenuItem by its Header or name and I want to make it disable according to some condition.I tried FindName methods of contextmenu , but I got a Null.

is there anyone who could me how to do that.
thanks
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I don't know much about WPF yet, but try this and let me know if it works:

C#
m_ProjectMenu.Items("item_name_here").IsEnabled = true;
 
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Alimjan Yasin 16-Oct-11 23:55pm    
Hi Macro
unfortunately, it dose not work. Items a collection and only receives numbers as parameter.

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