Represents a small standardized icon on a group that can be used to open a dialog box.
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common (in Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common.dll)
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether thisis enabled.
Gets or sets an image that appears on thiswhen it is added to the Quick Access Toolbar.
Gets or sets an identifier that is used to assign an image to thiswhen it is added to the Quick Access Toolbar.
Gets or sets the keyboard shortcut for this.
Gets or sets the image to display on this, if you want to use a built-in Microsoft Office icon.
Gets a RibbonGroup object of which this is a member.
Gets the OfficeRibbon on which this is placed.
Gets or sets tip text that appears when the user moves the pointer over the.
Gets or sets multiline tip text that appears when the user moves the pointer over the.
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether thisis visible.
Ais displayed in the lower-right corner of a group by default.
The Image, ImageName, and OfficeImageId properties have no visible effect when the is displayed in a group on the Ribbon. However, when a user adds a to the Quick Access Toolbar, these properties control the behavior of the image that is shown. Also, the Visible property does not hide the when it is displayed on the Quick Access Toolbar. The user can add the to the Quick Access Toolbar through the Ribbon (XML) item. For more information, see Ribbon Overview.
The RibbonGroup. The RibbonGroup object has a DialogLauncher member of the type. For information about how to add a to a RibbonGroup, see How to: Add a Dialog Box Launcher to a Ribbon Group.applies only to a
There are two ways to access the RibbonFactory object:
By using the Factory property of the Ribbon class. Use this approach from code in your Ribbon class.
By using the Globals.Factory.GetRibbonFactory method. Use this approach from code outside your Ribbon class.
Some properties of this control can be set only before the Ribbon is loaded into the Office application. For information about setting these properties, see Ribbon Object Model Overview.
This interface is implemented by the Visual Studio Tools for Office runtime. It is not intended to be implemented in your code. For more information, see Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime Overview.
This documentation describes the version of this type that is used in Office projects that target the .NET Framework 4 or later. In projects that target the .NET Framework 3.5, this type might have different members and the code examples provided for this type might not work. For documentation about this type in projects that target the .NET Framework 3.5, see the following reference section in the Visual Studio 2008 documentation: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=160658.
The following example shows how to add a RibbonGroup.to a Ribbon group and how to launch a custom dialog that enables users to choose advanced settings when they click on the icon in the lower right corner of the
To run this code example, you must first perform the following steps:
Add a Ribbon (Visual Designer) item to an Office project.
If you are using Visual Basic, add a new Dialog item to the project. If you are using C#, add a new Windows Form item and turn it into a dialog by adding OK and Cancel buttons to the form and by creating event handlers for the buttons' click events.
Set the (Name) property of the dialog to advancedSettingsDialog. You can customize the dialog by adding controls and setting more properties.
Add the DialogLauncherClick event handler to your code.
Place the contents of the following method into the DialogLauncherClick event handler.