This Toolbar-based control occupies the middle ground between a ribbon a toolbar, providing a single-line collapsed state, or a three-line ribbon-like appearance, and its design is influenced by Microsoft's ever-evolving Office 365 ribbon.
When the form is resized smaller, toolbar strips and groups collapse to accommodate available space. This occurs automatically by default, but can be set to occur never, always, or as needed. No command is ever out of reach, and scrollbars are never necessary.
Organize related commands together using tabs and groups. For example, you can group similar toolbar buttons, like the ones related to the font or the Clipboard. You can label each tab and group to best describe the commands within them and the actions they perform.
As a container control, ToolBar supports any UIElement. Place several different types of included controls in the toolbar, like buttons, toggle buttons, separators, and drop-down controls. Attach event handlers, or take advantage of the commanding framework to add behavior to each control.
Support the WPF command framework with Toolbar for WPF. Create single commands — each including a title, a small image source, and a large image source — and share them throughout your toolbars.
Toolbar has built-in Microsoft Ribbon-like features, including a collapse button, a help button, and dialog launcher buttons.
Use ToolbarStrip separately to create a lightweight tool strip for simple scenarios.
For your toolbar, select from horizontal — which is the default — or vertical orientations.
Because ToolBar for WPF supports ComponentOne ClearStyle™ technology, you can change control brushes without having to override templates. By setting a few brush properties in Visual Studio, you can style the entire toolbar.