I am trying to convert an older (1990s) Basic program that I wrote (in 1994) to the new VB 2022 standard, and I am having all kinds of problems, as the language has changed so drastically since I last did any Basic programming. My program will have a total of about 7 menus (1 main menu with 4 choices (4 new menus), and one of the 4 new menus will have 4 additional menus). One of the 4 main menu choices will have a total of 21 options to choose from. All the other menus will have between 5 and 9 menu options. I do not know how to write the code to allow the user to enter the menu choice they want to execute. The last menu choice for the "Main Menu" is to exit the program. The last two menu choice in all other menus is to return to the main menu and to exit the program. I don't know how to program these choices (to return to a specific menu or to exit the program). If I am doing things correctly in VB2022, the "main" part of the VB program should be in Sub Main with End Sub to close out this out. The other menus, as well as the remaining parts of the program should also be in Subs, with each sub having its own End Sub.