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<h1>Menus: Copy</h1>
<p>This page lets you <strong>copy a Menu</strong> and all its Menu Items. A list displays the name of the Menu and Menu Items copied.</p><h3><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Toolbar</span></h3><p><strong>Copy:<span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">&nbsp;</span></strong>A new Menu Name will be created&nbsp; in the Menu Manager list where it may be edited.<br />A new mod_mainmenu module, with the Name you have entered above, will also be created. Parameters for the created module&nbsp;can&nbsp;be edited through the 'Modules Manager [site]': Modules -&gt; Site Modules.</p><p><strong>Cancel:</strong> Click on this icon if you wish to stop the copying and cancel any action.<br /></p></span>Type here to create a new Menu Name. <br /><br />This is the identification name used by Mambo to identify this menu within the code&nbsp;so it must be unique.&nbsp; It is recommended to use no spaces within this name. For example, in the core Mambo the User Menu’s Menu Name is ‘usermenu’ and the Main Menu’s Menu Name is ‘mainmenu’. <br /><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold"></span><br /><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">New Module Name: </span>Type here a name for the Module that handles your new menu.<br /><br />This is the name given to the new mod_mainmenu module which is automatically created when you save this menu. It is also the Name of the menu as it will appear on the page if you choose to show it (this may be changed when editing the module). In the example described above these are ‘User Menu’ and ‘Main Menu’. 
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