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Out of the box, your menus will be set up according to your content planning spreadsheet (see: Step 1: Planning your content migration with the content spreadsheet). And in general, if you want to make a change to your drop-down menus, you'll do it by first creating the content your new menu link will point to. 

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Note: Menus are similar to your site's Categories, but they are not the same. Think of your Categories as your site's behind-the-scenes table of content (every page you create must be filed under a Category). Your menu is essentially a list of shortcuts If you're adding a new Category to your site (say, a category to organize multiple pages being created for a new engagement campaign), you should use the Landing Page Wizard //link// which Wizard (linklink) which will create a menu link, category, and landing page for you all at the same time. 

OK, so with that out of the way, here's instructions that cover all the reasons you may have to add things to your menu. These instructions assume a basic familiarity with the different types of pages in the system (see: When to use a static page, an article, a press release, or a landing pageA guide to all your site's Content Types)

To add a link to a single static page, article, press release, or photo gallery to your drop-down menu)

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  1. The landing page wizard covers this! //link//See: How to use the Landing Page Wizard to create a new category for content

To add or edit your utility menu, footer menu, or orange buttons:

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