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CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)

Provides the definitions of a common control. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.

<CustomEntries>
  <CustomEntry>...</CustomEntry>
</CustomEntries>

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the CustomEntries element. You must specify one or more child elements.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

 

Element Description

CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)

Provides a definition of the common control.

Parent Elements

 

Element Description

CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)

Defines a common control.

In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is defined in a single CustomEntry element. However it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different .NET Framework objects. In those cases, you can define a CustomEntry element for each object or set of objects.

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