Gets or sets the name of the control used by accessibility client applications.
Assembly: System.Windows.Forms (in System.Windows.Forms.dll)
For more information about properties of accessible objects, see the "Content of Descriptive Properties.
The following code example creates an instance of a CheckBox derived class, MyCheckBox, assigns it an Image to its Image property and sets the and AccessibleDescription properties since the Text property is null. This example requires that you have a Form named MyForm.
Public Sub New() ' Create a 'MyCheckBox' control and ' display an image on it. Dim myCheckBox As New MyCustomControls.MyCheckBox() myCheckBox.Location = New Point(5, 5) myCheckBox.Image = Image.FromFile( _ Application.CommonAppDataPath + "\Preview.jpg") ' Set the AccessibleName property ' since there is no Text displayed. myCheckBox.AccessibleName = "Preview" ' Set the AccessibleDescription text. myCheckBox.AccessibleDescription = _ "A toggle button used to show the document preview." Me.Controls.Add(myCheckBox) End Sub
Available since 1.1