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SmartTagBase.Actions Property

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Gets or sets an array of actions that are exposed by the smart tag. This type or member is intended to be used only in projects for the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Smart tags are deprecated in Office 2010. .

Namespace:  Microsoft.Office.Tools
Assembly:  Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common (in Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common.dll)

ActionBase[] Actions { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: Microsoft.Office.Tools.ActionBase[]
An array of actions that are exposed by the smart tag.

ExceptionCondition
InvalidOperationException

This property is set after the smart tag was added to a SmartTagCollection.

The size of the array must be predetermined, because dynamically adding actions to the smart tag would cause all the smart tags in the document to reload.

The following code example creates a Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.SmartTag and then adds an action to the Actions property. This code example is part of a larger example provided for Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.Action.

private Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.Action displayAddress;

private void AddSmartTag()
{
    Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.SmartTag smartTagDemo =
        Globals.Factory.CreateSmartTag(
            "www.microsoft.com/Demo#DemoSmartTag",
            "Demonstration Smart Tag");

    // Specify a term and an expression to recognize.
    smartTagDemo.Terms.Add("sale");
    smartTagDemo.Expressions.Add(
        new System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex(
        @"[I|i]ssue\s\d{5,6}"));

    displayAddress = Globals.Factory.CreateAction("To be replaced");


    // Add the action to the smart tag.
    smartTagDemo.Actions = new Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.Action[] { 
        displayAddress };

    // Add the smart tag. 
    this.VstoSmartTags.Add(smartTagDemo);

    displayAddress.BeforeCaptionShow += new 
        Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.BeforeCaptionShowEventHandler(
        DisplayAddress_BeforeCaptionShow);

    displayAddress.Click += new 
        Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel.ActionClickEventHandler(
        DisplayAddress_Click);
}

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