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CommandPlacement Element

The CommandPlacement element enables buttons, groups, and menus to be included in more than one group or menu. By using the CommandPlacement element, you do not have to completely redefine these items in order to modify the look of a user interface.

For more information, see How to: Create Reusable Groups of Buttons.

<CommandPlacement guid=guidMyCommandSet" id="MyCommand" priority="0x001" >
  <Parent>... </Parent>
</CommandPlacement>

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

Attribute

Description

guid

Required. The guid of the command set, as defined in the Symbols Element.

id

Required. The id of the menu, group, or command to be placed, as defined in the Symbols Element.

priority

Required. Determines the visual position of the item in its parent element.

Condition

Optional. See VSCT XML Schema Conditional Attributes.

Child Elements

Element

Description

Parent

Required. The menu or group that hosts the item to be placed.

Parent Elements

Element

Description

CommandPlacements Element

Specifies groups of CommandPlacements and CommandPlacement elements.

<CommandPlacements>
  <CommandPlacement guid="guidWidgetPackage" id="cmdidInsertOptions"
    priority="0x0300">
    <Parent guid="cmdGuidWidgetCommands" id="menuIDEditWidget"/>
  </CommandPlacement>
</CommandPlacements>

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