Note: property, method and event names should be referred to in lowercase in case-sensitive scripting languages.
A command button is typically used to start an event that performs an action such as closing a form, moving to a different record, printing a report, and so on. Use the CommandGroup control to create a set of command buttons that you can manipulate individually or as a group.
This class supports the Common Properties plus the following:
|ButtonCount||RW||Numeric||Number of buttons|
|Orientation||RW||Numeric||Orientation: 0 = horizontal, >0 = vertical|
This class supports the Common Methods plus the following:
|AddObject||existing as Object | newobject as Character, class as Character||Add an existing object or a new object, in which case the object's class must also be specified|
|Buttons||button as Numeric||Return an object reference to the specified button|
|RemoveObject||existing as Object||Remove the specified object|
This class supports the Common Events plus the following:
|click||button as Numeric||Occurs when a button in the group is clicked|