Use a Button control to enable users to take action on a form, such as submitting the form after filling it out.
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- Styling options for Button controls
Establishing a consistent look for Button controls in your application saves development time, gives your application a more predictable user interface, and makes it easier for users to complete forms.
- Adding and configuring a Button control
By adding a Button control to a layout, you make it possible for application users to complete a task, such as submitting a form after completing its fields. By configuring a Button control, you give your application a consistent look and feel.
- Add a Button control to a layout
You add a Button control to a layout to enable users to take actions or complete tasks on a form in your application.
- Specifying the caption for a Button control
Using a caption for a Button control makes it easier for application users to understand the button's purpose and to complete their tasks.
- Specifying the image source and tooltip for a Button control
Using images and tooltips to indicate a button's purpose makes it easier for application users to understand a form and to complete their tasks.
- Specifying presentation options for a Button control
Three predefined formats are available for buttons: Strong, Standard, and Simple. Using these formats consistently in your application makes the user interface more predictable and makes it easier for users to complete forms.
- Defining the behavior of form elements
Ensure that users see and complete only the fields that are relevant to the processing of a case by defining the rules that govern the behavior of form elements.
- Copying, moving, or deleting a control
You can use basic Windows operations to speed the development of your controls.