FreeTextBox 3.2 Documentation
ToolbarLayout Property
A string of buttons used to create the toolbar. Use commas (,) to separate items. A pipe (|) will insert a separator and a semicolon (;) will start a new Toolbar. Possible values are ParagraphMenu, FontFacesMenu, FontSizesMenu, FontForeColorsMenu, FontForeColorPicker, FontBackColorsMenu, FontBackColorPicker, Bold, Italic, Underline, Strikethrough, Superscript, Subscript, CreateLink, Unlink, RemoveFormat, JustifyLeft, JustifyRight, JustifyCenter, JustifyFull, BulletedList, NumberedList, Indent, Outdent, Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Undo, Redo, Print, Save, SymbolsMenu, StylesMenu, InsertHtmlMenu, InsertRule, InsertDate, InsertTime, ieSpellCheck, NetSpell, WordClean, InsertImageFromGallery, InsertTable, InsertTableRowBelow, InsertTableRowAbove, DeleteTableRow, InsertTableColumnBelow, InsertTableColumnAbove, DeleteTableColumn, InsertForm, InsertForm,InsertTextBox,InsertTextArea,InsertRadioButton,InsertCheckBox,InsertDropDownList,InsertButton, InsertDiv, InsertImageFromGallery
Declaration Syntax
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                  public string ToolbarLayout { get; set; }
                  Public Property ToolbarLayout As String
property String^ ToolbarLayout {
	String^ get ();
	void set (String^ value);

Assembly: FreeTextBox (Module: FreeTextBox) Version: