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A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

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10.2. Toolbars

The ToolBar control is used as a container that displays a row of bitmapped buttons and dropdown menus. Clicking a toolbar button is usually equivalent to choosing a menu command, providing quick access to an application’s most frequently used functions and commands. There are four types of buttons that can appear on the ToolBar – push buttons, dropdown buttons, toggle buttons, and separators.

Let’s look at the properties defined for the ToolBar class (see Figure 10.7 for an example of a toolbar).

Figure 10.7. A toolbar with buttons with images on them

  • Appearance Specifies the appearance of a toolbar control and its buttons. ...

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