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BackstageMenuButton class

Defines the BackstageMenuButton Class.This class is available in Office2010 or above. When the object is serialized out as xml, its qualified name is mso14:button.

System.Object
  DocumentFormat.OpenXml.OpenXmlElement
    DocumentFormat.OpenXml.OpenXmlLeafElement
      DocumentFormat.OpenXml.Office2010.CustomUI.BackstageMenuButton

Namespace:  DocumentFormat.OpenXml.Office2010.CustomUI
Assembly:  DocumentFormat.OpenXml (in DocumentFormat.OpenXml.dll)

[OfficeAvailabilityAttribute(FileFormatVersions.Office2010)]
public class BackstageMenuButton : OpenXmlLeafElement

2.3.15 CT_BackstageMenuButton

Target namespace: http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2009/07/customui

Referenced by: CT_BackstageMenuGroup

Specifies a Backstage button that exists within a menu.

Attributes:

description: An ST_LongString attribute, as specified in section 2.4.16, that specifies a string that is displayed as the description of the control in detailed views. The description and getDescription attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, a detailed description is not displayed.

getDescription: An ST_Delegate attribute that specifies the name of a callback function that is called to determine the detailed description of this control. The description and getDescription attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, a detailed description is not displayed.

id: An ST_UniqueID attribute, as specified in section 2.4.22, that specifies the identifier of a custom control. All custom controls MUST have unique identifiers. The id, idQ, and idMso attributes are mutually exclusive. Exactly one of these attributes MUST be specified on all controls.

idQ: An ST_QID attribute, as specified in section 2.4.17, that specifies the qualified identifier of a control. This attribute is used to reference controls or containers created by other Custom UI documents. The id, idQ, and idMso attributes are mutually exclusive. Exactly one of these attributes MUST be specified on all controls.

tag: An ST_String attribute, as specified in section 2.4.19, that specifies an arbitrary string that provides additional information about this control during callback function calls. If this attribute is omitted, the value defaults to an empty string.

onAction: An ST_Delegate attribute, as specified in section 2.4.7, that specifies the name of a callback function that is called when this control is invoked by the user.

isDefinitive: A Boolean attribute that specifies that the Backstage closes when this command is invoked. If this attribute is omitted, its value defaults to false.

enabled: A Boolean attribute that specifies the enabled state of this control. The enabled and getEnabled attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, the control defaults to being enabled.

getEnabled: An ST_Delegate attribute that specifies the name of a callback function that is called to determine the enabled state of this control. The enabled and getEnabled attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, the control defaults to being enabled.

label: An ST_String attribute that specifies a string that is displayed as the label of this control. The label and getLabel attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, a label is not displayed.

getLabel: An ST_Delegate attribute that specifies the name of a callback function that is called to determine the label of this control. The label and getLabel attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, a label is not displayed.

visible: A Boolean attribute that specifies the visibility state of this control. The visible and getVisible attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, the control defaults to being visible.

getVisible: An ST_Delegate attribute that specifies the name of a callback function that is called to determine the visibility state of this control. The visible and getVisible attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, the control defaults to being visible.

keytip: An ST_Keytip attribute, as specified in section 2.4.14, that specifies a string that is displayed as the KeyTip for this control. The keytip and getKeytip attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, a KeyTip is not displayed.

getKeytip: An ST_Delegate attribute that specifies the name of a callback function that is called to determine the KeyTip for this control. The keytip and getKeytip attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If neither attribute is specified, a KeyTip is not displayed.

image: An ST_Uri attribute, as specified in section 2.4.23, that specifies the relationship identifier of an image file that is used as the icon for this control. The image, getImage, and imageMso attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If none of these attributes are specified, an icon is not displayed.

imageMso: An ST_ID attribute, as specified in section 2.4.12, that specifies the identifier of a built-in image that is used as the icon for this control. The image, getImage, and imageMso attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If none of these attributes are specified, an icon is not displayed.

getImage: An ST_Delegate attribute, as specified in section 2.4.7, that specifies the name of a callback function that is called to determine the icon of this control. The image, getImage, and imageMso attributes are mutually exclusive. They MUST NOT be used together. If none of these attributes are specified, an icon is not displayed.

The following W3C XML Schema ([XMLSCHEMA1] section 2.1) fragment specifies the contents of this complex type.

<xsd:complexType name="CT_BackstageMenuButton">

<xsd:complexContent>

<xsd:extension base="CT_BackstageButtonBase">

<xsd:attributeGroup ref="AG_Description"/>

</xsd:extension>

</xsd:complexContent>

</xsd:complexType>

See section 5.1 for the full W3C XML Schema ([XMLSCHEMA1] section 2.1).

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

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