About-Flyout-Toolbars

About Flyout Toolbars

About Flyout Toolbars

Flyouts are used to group related commands on a toolbar.

A flyout is a reference to a toolbar that is accessed from a single button on a toolbar.
Flyout buttons have a black triangle in the lower-right corner which indicates that
pressing and holding the pick button from the pointing device will reveal additional
commands. A flyout can be created from scratch, or using an existing toolbar or pull-down
menu onto a toolbar.

NOTE:A flyout can only contain commands, it cannot contain any controls.

The following table shows the properties for the Zoom flyout as they appear in the
Properties pane.

Properties for the Zoom flyout on the Standard toolbar

Properties pane item

Description

Example

Name

String that does not appear in the user interface unless the Use Own Button property
is set to Yes.

Zoom

Description

Text used to describe the element, does not appear in the user interface.

 

Source Toolbar

A read-only value used to specify which toolbar is being referenced to create the
flyout.

TB_ZOOM

Use Own Button

Controls whether the last used toolbar button is set as the current button or not.

No

Small Image

ID string of the small (16 أ— 16) image resource. The string must include alphanumeric
characters with no punctuation other than a hyphen (-) or an underscore (_). It can
also be a user-defined bitmap. Click the […] button to open the Select Image File dialog box.

RCDATA_16_ZOOM

Large Image

ID string of the large (32 أ— 32) image resource. If the specified bitmap is not 32
أ— 32, the program scales it to that size. The string must include alphanumeric characters
with no punctuation other than a hyphen (-) or an underscore (_). It can also be a
user-defined bitmap. Click the […] button to open the Select Image File dialog box

RCDATA_16_ZOOM

NOTE:Do not change the aliases for a toolbar that is being used as a flyout; otherwise,
the reference between the toolbar and flyout will become broken.

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