Thenamespace contains components, controls, and supporting collections, classes, and enumerations that enable you to customize the Ribbon in the user interface (UI) of several Microsoft Office applications.
Represents an extension of a OfficeRibbon object.
Represents a Microsoft Office Ribbon customization that is created by using the Ribbon Designer in an Office project in Visual Studio.
Arranges and aligns controls on a custom Ribbon.
Represents a button on a custom Ribbon.
Represents a group of button controls on a Ribbon.
Represents a check box control on a Ribbon.
Represents a combo box on a custom Ribbon.
Contains methods and members that enable communication with Visual Studio, navigation through the control hierarchy in your application, and optimization of the run time layout of controls.
Provides properties used by controls in a Microsoft Office customization.
Provides data for a variety of events that are raised in a Microsoft Office customization.
Encapsulates an identification string that Microsoft Office uses to refer to controls.
Represents a small standardized icon on a group that can be used to open a dialog box.
Represents a list of items that a user can choose from and a list of Ribbon buttons that a user can click.
Represents an item in a drop-down list in a Ribbon drop-down.
Represents an edit box on a Ribbon.
Provides methods that you can use to create Ribbon controls for a Microsoft Office Ribbon customization.
Represents a group of controls on a Ribbon tab.
Provides data for the LoadImage event.
Manages the Ribbon customizations that are created by using the Ribbon Designer in an Office project.
Represents a menu on a Ribbon tab or on the Microsoft Office Menu.
Provides access to controls that you add to the Microsoft Office Menu.
Represents the location of a Ribbon control on the Microsoft Office Menu relative to a built-in control, the location of a tab relative to a built-in tab, or the location of a group relative to a built-in group.
Provides methods that enable you to specify the position of a control, group, or tab in a Ribbon customization.
Provides access to the IRibbonExtension objects in a Ribbon customization.
Represents a separator control for a group or menu on the Ribbon.
A Ribbon control that combines a button or a toggle button and a drop-down menu.
Contains one or more groups of controls on the Ribbon.
Represents a toggle button control on a Ribbon.
Provides data for events that are raised in the Ribbon.
Represents the method that will handle events of an RibbonControl.
Specifies whether controls are aligned vertically or horizontally on a RibbonBox.
Specifies the type of button that a RibbonSplitButton displays.
Contains values that determine whether a RibbonControlId identifies a Microsoft Office control or a custom control.
Specifies the position of a control on the Microsoft Office Menu, a group of controls on a built-in tab, or a tab among built-in or custom tabs.
All of the controls in the RibbonMenu control enables you to add the following controls at run time:namespace can be added to your Office customization by dragging them from the Office Ribbon Controls tab of the ToolBox onto the Ribbon Designer. In addition, the
When you create a control at run time to add to a menu, you can change any properties of the newly created control before you add it to the menu. After you add a control to a menu, some of its properties become read-only. For more information, see Ribbon Object Model Overview.
You can use other properties to control the appearance and behavior of your controls at run time. For example, you can implement run-time changes to the user interface by using the Enabled and Visible properties to enable, disable, show, and hide controls that were added at design time.