Spread ASP.NET 14
FarPoint.Web.Spread Assembly / FarPoint.Web.Spread Namespace / CommandBarInfo Class / ButtonShadowColor Property
Example


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    ButtonShadowColor Property
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    Gets or sets the color of the bottom and right borders of buttons on the command bar of the Spread component.
    Syntax
    'Declaration
     
    Public Property ButtonShadowColor As Color
    'Usage
     
    Dim instance As CommandBarInfo
    Dim value As Color
     
    instance.ButtonShadowColor = value
     
    value = instance.ButtonShadowColor
    public Color ButtonShadowColor {get; set;}

    Property Value

    Color object that contains the color for shadow of the button on the command bar
    Remarks

    Use the ButtonFaceColor and ButtonHighlightColor properties to specify the button face and highlight color, respectively.

    Example
    This example shows the setting of several command bar properties.
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Background = null;
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.BackColor = Color.Yellow; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonFaceColor = Color.YellowGreen; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonHighlightColor = Color.Coral; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonShadowColor = Color.Bisque; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonTextColor = Color.RoyalBlue; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonType = FarPoint.Web.Spread.ButtonType.PushButton; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Font.Bold = true; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Font.Name = "Comic Sans MS"; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Visible = true; 
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Background = Nothing
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.BackColor = Color.Yellow
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonFaceColor = Color.YellowGreen
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonHighlightColor = Color.Coral
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonShadowColor = Color.Bisque
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonTextColor = Color.RoyalBlue
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.ButtonType = FarPoint.Web.Spread.ButtonType.PushButton
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Font.Bold = True
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Font.Name = "Comic Sans MS"
    FpSpread1.CommandBar.Visible = True 
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