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Push Button

A push button is a small, rectangular object used to perform an action. For example, the OK and Cancel buttons on a dialog box are push buttons.

The window class name for a push button is "BUTTON".

Supported Properties and Methods

accHitTest
accDoDefaultAction
The DoDefaultAction method clicks the push button.
accLocation
accNavigate
accSelect
get_accChild
get_accChildCount
The ChildCount property is zero or more.
get_accDefaultAction
The DefaultAction property is "Press".
get_accDescription
get_accKeyboardShortcut
The KeyboardShortcut property is the button's access key, which is an underlined character in the text of the button's window text. For example, "Alt+o" is the KeyboardShortcut property for an OK button.
get_accFocus
get_accHelp
get_accHelpTopic
get_accName
The Name property is obtained from the control's window text (or caption), which is displayed in the push button. For example, "OK" is the Name property for an OK button.
get_accParent
The Parent property is a window (ROLE_SYSTEM_WINDOW) that surrounds the control and has the same Name property and window class name as the control.
get_accRole
The Role property is ROLE_SYSTEM_PUSHBUTTON.
get_accState
The State property is a combination of one or more of the following values:

STATE_SYSTEM_INVISIBLE | STATE_SYSTEM_UNAVAILABLE | STATE_SYSTEM_FOCUSED | STATE_SYSTEM_FOCUSABLE | STATE_SYSTEM_PRESSED | STATE_SYSTEM_DEFAULT

Events Generated

EVENT_OBJECT_STATECHANGE

EVENT_OBJECT_NAMECHANGE

See Also

IAccessible Interface Check Box, Group Box, Radio Button

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