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Menu Toolbar Items

Menu toolbar items allow end-users to perform specific actions (by executing corresponding commands) when editing ASPxHtmlEditor content in the Design View.

Toolbar items are contained in a toolbar's HtmlEditorToolbar.Items collection, which is represented by a HtmlEditorToolbarItemCollection class instance. The collection allows individual toolbar items to be added, deleted and accessed using either indexer notation (by the Collection<T>.Item property) or their display texts (by the ToolbarItemCollectionBase<T>.FindByText method).

Individual toolbar item objects are represented by HtmlEditorToolbarItem descendants.

ASPxHtmlEditor provides a number of Default Toolbar Items allowing end-users to perform many frequently used operations. Additionally, you can implement Custom Toolbar Items providing custom functionality and content.

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