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This documentation page describes implementations made in our v17.2 release cycle. To learn about functionality shipping with v18.1, navigate to our updated help file experience at docs.devexpress.com. Learn More

Popup Menus

The DashboardDesigner and DashboardViewer controls provide several types of popup menus that allow end-users to perform actions related to dashboard items or the entire dashboard. For example, Dashboard Designer popup menus include actions allowing end-users to design dashboard or individual dashboard items. Both controls provide context menus that allow end-users to perform interactivity actions, to print or export dashboard/dashboard items, etc.

You can customize dashboard popup menus in two ways: at design time after creating a ribbon or toolbar menu (for the DashboardDesigner control), or at runtime using the PopupMenuShowing event (for both controls). To learn more, see Popup Menus.

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