Represents a group of controls on a Ribbon tab.
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common (in Microsoft.Office.Tools.Common.dll)
Gets or sets the Ribbon dialog launcher that is associated with the group.
Gets a string that identifies the current group.
Gets the controls in the group.
Gets or sets the keyboard shortcut of the group.
Gets or sets the text that is displayed by the label of the group.
Gets or sets the position of a group on a built-in tab, relative to a built-in group on the tab.
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.)
(Inherited from IComponent.)
Gets or sets a value that indicates whether the group is visible.
(Inherited from IDisposable.)
Prevents the Microsoft Office application from refreshing the state of controls on the Ribbon.(Inherited from RibbonComponent.)
Visual Studio creates aobject when you drag a Group control from the Office Ribbon Controls tab of the Toolbox onto the Ribbon Designer.
The following table lists members that are useful for common tasks. All of these tasks can be performed at design time. Some of these tasks can be performed at run time before the Ribbon is loaded. For more information, see Ribbon Object Model Overview.
Access the controls in the group, add controls to the group, or remove controls from the group.
Use the Items property.
Add a group to a Ribbon tab.
Add a Groups collection of the tab.to the
Specify the location of a group on a built-in tab, relative to the location of a built-in group.
Use the Position property.
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.
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.