MENUITEM= (CONFIG.SYS Command)

                                                         Compatibility: 6.0+

 Purpose: Defines a selectable item in a MultiConfig Menu.



  Syntax: MENUITEM=blockName [,text]



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 blockName is the name of a block of CONFIG.SYS commands.  If the user

          selects this menu item, that block of commands will be executed

          and a CONFIG e-var will be created (CONFIG=blockName).



          blockName can be up to 70 characters long.  It may contain most

                characters except for:

            \   backslashes

            /   slashes

            ,   commas

            ;   semicolons

            =   equal signs

            [ ] square brackets



          [blockName] (the same text, enclosed in square brackets, on a line

                by itself) must appear elsewhere in the CONFIG.SYS file.  If

                it cannot be found, the menu item will not be shown in the

                menu.



     text is some text to be displayed as a menu choice.  If omitted,

          blockName itself is displayed.



          text can be up to 70 characters long; however, ASCII characters in

                the range 0-32 can cause DOS to ignore some or all of the

                text.



See Also: MultiConfig Menus

          CONFIG.SYS Commands

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