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CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup Class

The CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup class allows you to organize a set of ribbon buttons into a group. All buttons in the group are directly adjacent to each other horizontally and enclosed in a border.

class CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup : public CMFCRibbonBaseElement

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CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup

Constructs a CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup object.

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CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::AddButton

Adds a button to a group.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::AddButtons

Adds a list of buttons to a group.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::GetButton

Returns a pointer to the button that is located at a specified index.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::GetCount

Returns the number of buttons in the group.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::GetImageSize

Returns the image size of the normal images in the ribbon group (overrides CMFCRibbonBaseElement::GetImageSize.)

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::GetRegularSize

Returns the regular size of the ribbon element (overrides CMFCRibbonBaseElement::GetRegularSize.)

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::HasImages

Reports whether the CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup object contains toolbar images.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::OnDrawImage

Draws the appropriate image for a specified button, depending on whether the button is normal, highlighted or disabled.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::RemoveAll

Removes all buttons from the CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup object.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::SetImages

Assigns images to the group.

CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup::SetParentCategory

Sets the parent CMFCRibbonCategory of the CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup object and all the buttons within it (overrides CMFCRibbonBaseElement::SetParentCategory.)

The group is derived from CMFCBaseRibbonElement and can be manipulated as a single entity. You can position the group on any panel or popup menu.

The following example demonstrates how to use various methods in the CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup class. The example shows how to construct a CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup object, assign images to the group of ribbon buttons, and add a button to the group of ribbon buttons. This code snippet is part of the Draw Client sample.

		CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup* pSBGroup = new CMFCRibbonButtonsGroup;

		CMFCToolBarImages images;
		images.SetImageSize(CSize(14, 14));
	
		CMFCToolBarImages hotimages;
		hotimages.SetImageSize(CSize(14, 14));
	
		if (images.Load(IDB_STATUSBAR_1) && hotimages.Load(IDB_STATUSBAR_2))
		{
			pSBGroup->SetImages(&images, &hotimages, NULL);
		}

		pSBGroup->AddButton(new CMFCRibbonButton(ID_FILE_PRINT_PREVIEW, _T(""), 0));
		pSBGroup->AddButton(new CMFCRibbonButton(ID_FILE_SUMMARYINFO, _T(""), 1));
		
		// CMFCRibbonStatusBar m_wndStatusBar
		m_wndStatusBar.AddExtendedElement(pSBGroup, _T("View Shortcuts"));

Header: afxribbonbuttonsgroup.h

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