Represents a list of items that a user can choose from and a list of Ribbon buttons that a user can click.
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common (in Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common.dll)
Gets a collection of RibbonButton objects that belong to this .
Gets or sets an image this is displayed on this.
Gets or sets the name that you can use in the LoadImage event handler to identify an image for the control.
Gets a collection of the items in this.
Gets or sets the keyboard shortcut for this.
Gets or sets the text that appears on this.
Gets or sets the image to display on the, if you want to use a built-in Microsoft Office icon.
This API supports the product infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code. Gets the IRibbonUI instance that is provided by the Microsoft Office application to the Ribbon extensibility code.(Inherited from RibbonComponent.)
Gets or sets tip text that appears when the user moves the pointer over the.
Gets or sets the RibbonDropDownItem that is currently selected.
Gets or sets the index of the currently selected RibbonDropDownItem.
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether the image that is associated with theis visible.
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether images are displayed for the items in the drop-down menu.
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether labels are displayed for the items in the drop-down menu.
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether the label for thisis visible.
(Inherited from IComponent.)
Gets or sets a string that determines the size of the.
Gets or sets multiline tip text that appears when the user moves the pointer over the.
(Inherited from IDisposable.)
Prevents the Microsoft Office application from refreshing the state of controls on the Ribbon.(Inherited from RibbonComponent.)
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.
You cannot add buttons to the Buttons collection at run time after the Ribbon has been loaded into Office.
To add RibbonDropDownItem objects at design time
Click the Items property in the Properties window.
Click the ellipsis (...).
In the DropDown Collection Editor, add, order, and edit new items.
You can add RibbonButton controls to a at design time.
To add RibbonButton controls at design time
Click the Buttons property in the Properties window.
Click the ellipsis (...).
In the Button Collection Editor, add, order, and edit new button controls.
Some members of this type 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.