[ActionGroup("Document", ActionType.Default)] public sealed class DocumentAction : DelegateActionCore<Document>, IDocumentAction, IUIAction<Document>, IUIActionProperties, IActionStyle
<ActionGroup("Document", ActionType.Default)> Public NotInheritable Class DocumentAction Inherits DelegateActionCore(Of Document) Implements IDocumentAction, IUIAction(Of Document), IUIActionProperties, IActionStyle
DocumentAction objects are commands related to specific Documents within a WindowsUI application. Whenever a Document is activated, a corresponding Content Container displays Document Actions, related to the current Document, within its header.
We recommend using DocumentActions only within PageGroup and Page containers, since only these containers have an activated Document at all times. SlideGroup and SplitGroup containers have an activated Document when in a Detail screen only (see the WindowsUIView.ZoomLevel property).
DocumentActions act like simple push button. You can also use the DocumentCheckAction objects that act like check buttons with two checked states - checked and unchecked.
To add a DocumentAction for a specific Document, implement the ISupportDocumentActions interface for the User Control that serves as this Document’s content. Then, override the ISupportDocumentActions.OnQueryDocumentActions method and modify the IDocumentActionsArgs.DocumentActions collection. See the How To: Create Custom Document Actions topic for details.