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ToolBarAppearance Enumeration

Specifies the type of toolbar to display.

Namespace: System.Windows.Forms
Assembly: System.Windows.Forms (in system.windows.forms.dll)

public enum ToolBarAppearance
public enum ToolBarAppearance
public enum ToolBarAppearance

 Member nameDescription
FlatThe toolbar and buttons appear flat, but the buttons change to three-dimensional as the mouse pointer moves over them. 
NormalThe toolbar and buttons appear as standard three-dimensional controls. 

This enumeration is used by members such as ToolBar.Appearance.

Set the Appearance property of the toolbar to ToolBarAppearance.Flat to give the toolbar and its buttons a flat appearance. As the mouse pointer moves over the buttons, their appearance changes to three-dimensional. Button separators appear as lines rather than spaces between the buttons when the toolbar has a flat appearance.

The following example creates a ToolBar control, sets some of its common properties, and adds it to a Form. Delegates are also added to the ButtonClick and ButtonDropDown events. This example assumes a ToolBar named toolBar1 and an ImageList named imageList1 have been declared.

private void AddToolBar()
{
   // Add a toolbar and set some of its properties.
   toolBar1 = new ToolBar();
   toolBar1.Appearance = System.Windows.Forms.ToolBarAppearance.Flat;
   toolBar1.BorderStyle = System.Windows.Forms.BorderStyle.None;
   toolBar1.Buttons.Add(this.toolBarButton1);
   toolBar1.ButtonSize = new System.Drawing.Size(24, 24);
   toolBar1.Divider = true;
   toolBar1.DropDownArrows = true;
   toolBar1.ImageList = this.imageList1;
   toolBar1.ShowToolTips = true;
   toolBar1.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(292, 25);
   toolBar1.TabIndex = 0;
   toolBar1.TextAlign = System.Windows.Forms.ToolBarTextAlign.Right;
   toolBar1.Wrappable = false;
   
   // Add handlers for the ButtonClick and ButtonDropDown events.
   toolBar1.ButtonDropDown += 
     new ToolBarButtonClickEventHandler(toolBar1_ButtonDropDown);
   toolBar1.ButtonClick += 
     new ToolBarButtonClickEventHandler(toolBar1_ButtonClicked);

   // Add the toolbar to the form.
   this.Controls.Add(toolBar1);
}

private void AddToolBar()
{
    // Add a toolbar and set some of its properties.
    toolBar1 = new ToolBar();
    toolBar1.set_Appearance(System.Windows.Forms.ToolBarAppearance.Flat);
    toolBar1.set_BorderStyle(System.Windows.Forms.BorderStyle.None);
    toolBar1.get_Buttons().Add(this.toolBarButton1);
    toolBar1.set_ButtonSize(new System.Drawing.Size(24, 24));
    toolBar1.set_Divider(true);
    toolBar1.set_DropDownArrows(true);
    toolBar1.set_ImageList(this.imageList1);
    toolBar1.set_ShowToolTips(true);
    toolBar1.set_Size(new System.Drawing.Size(292, 25));
    toolBar1.set_TabIndex(0);
    toolBar1.set_TextAlign(System.Windows.Forms.ToolBarTextAlign.Right);
    toolBar1.set_Wrappable(false);
    // Add handlers for the ButtonClick and ButtonDropDown events.
    toolBar1.add_ButtonDropDown(new ToolBarButtonClickEventHandler
        (toolBar1_ButtonDropDown));
    toolBar1.add_ButtonClick(new ToolBarButtonClickEventHandler
        (toolBar1_ButtonClicked));
    // Add the toolbar to the form.
    this.get_Controls().Add(toolBar1);
} //AddToolBar

Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile for Smartphone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The .NET Framework does not support all versions of every platform. For a list of the supported versions, see System Requirements.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

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