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CTaskDialog::AddCommandControl

Adds a new command button control to the CTaskDialog.

void AddCommandControl(
   int nCommandControlID,
   const CString& strCaption,
   BOOL bEnabled = TRUE,
   BOOL bRequiresElevation = FALSE
);

[in] nCommandControlID

The command control identification number.

[in] strCaption

The string that the CTaskDialog displays to the user. Use this string to explain the purpose of the command.

[in] bEnabled

A Boolean parameter that indicates if the new button is enabled or disabled.

[in] bRequiresElevation

A Boolean parameter that indicates whether a command requires elevation.

The CTaskDialog Class can display an unlimited number of command button controls. However, if a CTaskDialog displays any command button controls, it can display a maximum of six buttons. If a CTaskDialog has no command button controls, it can display an unlimited number of buttons.

When the user selects a command button control, the CTaskDialog closes. If your application displays the dialog box by using CTaskDialog::DoModal, DoModal returns the nCommandControlID of the selected command button control.

// TODO: Replace the strings below with the appropriate message,  
// main instruction, and dialog title.
CString message("This is an important message to the user.");
CString mainInstruction("Important!\nPlease read!");
CString title("Alert Dialog");

CTaskDialog taskDialog(message, mainInstruction, title, 
    TDCBF_YES_BUTTON | TDCBF_NO_BUTTON | TDCBF_CANCEL_BUTTON );

taskDialog.AddCommandControl(201, L"First command button control");
taskDialog.AddCommandControl(202, L"Second command button control");
taskDialog.AddCommandControl(203, L"Third command button control");

// Show the CTaskDialog and remember how the user closed it. 
int selection = taskDialog.DoModal();

switch(selection)
{
case 201:
    // TODO: Place processing here for the first  
    // command button control. 
    break;

case 202:
    // TODO: Place processing here for the second  
    // command button control. 
    break;

case 203:
    // TODO: Place processing here for the third  
    // command button control. 
    break;

default:
    break;
}

// Remove all the command controls so that we can use the same task 
// dialog with new command button controls.
taskDialog.RemoveAllCommandControls();

taskDialog.AddCommandControl(301, 
    L"New first command button control");
taskDialog.AddCommandControl(302, 
    L"New second command button control should require elevation",
    TRUE, TRUE);
taskDialog.AddCommandControl(303, 
    L"New third command button control should be disabled");

// Change the default command button control
taskDialog.SetDefaultCommandControl(302);

// Make sure the third option is disabled. 
if (taskDialog.IsCommandControlEnabled(303))
{
    taskDialog.SetCommandControlOptions(303, FALSE);
}

taskDialog.DoModal();

switch(taskDialog.GetSelectedCommandControlID())
{
case 301:
    // TODO: Place processing here for new first  
    // command button control. 
    break;

case 302:
    // TODO: Place processing here for new second  
    // command button control. 
    break;

case 303:
    // TODO: Place processing here for the new third  
    // command button control. 
    break;

default:
    break;
}

// Remove all the command button controls and add new ones from 
// the string table resource.
taskDialog.RemoveAllCommandControls();
taskDialog.LoadCommandControls(1001, 1005);

Header: afxtaskdialog.h

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