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Opens the Toolbox bar.
In edit mode, double-click a control to open the properties dialog.
In edit mode, you can also right-click a control and choose the cut, copy, and paste command.
Adds a command button. You can use a command button to execute a command for a defined event, such as a mouse click.
If you want, you can add text or a graphic to the button.
Adds a control that displays a graphic.
Adds a check box that you can use to turn a function on or off.
Adds a button that allows a user to select from a number of options. Grouped option buttons must have consecutive tab order. They are commonly encircled by a group box. If you have two groups of option buttons, you must insert a tab order between the tab orders of the two groups. For example, to the frame of the second group, or to any other control in the dialog, with the exception of another option button.
Adds a field for displaying text labels. These labels are only for displaying predefined text, and not for entering text.
Adds an input box where you can enter and edit text.
Adds a box where you can click an entry on a list.
Adds a combo box. A combo box is a one line list box that a user can click, and then choose an entry from the list. If you want, you can make the entries in the combo box "read only".
Adds a horizontal scrollbar to the dialog.
Adds a vertical scrollbar to the dialog.
Adds a frame that you can use to visually group similar controls, such as option buttons.
To define two different groups of option buttons, ensure that the tab index of the group frame is between the tab indices of the two groups.
Adds a progress bar to the dialog.
Adds a horizontal line to the dialog.
Adds a vertical line to the dialog.
Adds a date field.
If you assign the "dropdown" property to the date field, a user can drop down a calendar to select a date.
Adds a time field.
Adds a numeric field.
Adds a currency field.
Adds a text box where you can define the formatting for text that is inputted or outputted as well as any limiting values.
Adds a masked field. A masked field consists of an input mask and a literal mask. The input mask determines which user data can be entered. The literal mask determines the state of the masked field when the form is loaded.
Adds a button that allows you to select a file.
Activates or deactivates the Selection mode. In this mode, you can select the controls in a dialog so that you can edit them.
Opens a dialog where you can edit the properties of the selected control.
Starts test mode. Use the dialog closer to return to design mode.
Opens a dialog to enable or manage multiple sets of dialog resources for multiple languages.
Adds a tree control that can show a hierarchical list. You can populate the list by your program, using API calls (XtreeControl).
Adds a table control that can show a table data. You can populate the data by your program, using API calls.
Adds a hyperlink control that can open an address in web browser.