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Hierarchical Menus

A hierarchical menu is a menu which has a submenu attached to it. You should use a submenu only when you have more menus than fit in the menu bar. There should only ever be one hierarchical level, that is, there should be only one level of submenus. A menu item that is the title of a submenu should clearly represent the choices the submenu contains.

Hierarchical menus work best for providing a submenu of attributes.

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