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Appearance Property, SftTreeHeaders Object

Defines the appearance of all column headers.

Syntax

Get

VB.NETStyle = object.Appearance As SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants
VBStyle = object.Appearance As SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants
C#.NETSftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants Style = object.Appearance;
VC++enum SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants Style = object->Appearance;
enum SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants Style = object->GetAppearance();
CHRESULT object->get_Appearance(enum SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants* Style);

Put

VB.NETobject.Appearance = Style As SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants
VBobject.Appearance = Style As SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants
C#.NETSftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants object.Appearance = Style;
VC++enum SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants object->Appearance = Style;
void object->PutAppearance(enum SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants Style);
CHRESULT object->put_Appearance(enum SftTreeHeaderAppearanceConstants Style);

object

A SftTreeHeaders object.

Style

Defines the appearance of all column headers.

StyleValueDescription
headerSftTreeNone0No column headers. The column headers and row/column header are not displayed. The RowColumnHeader.Appearance property is also set to headerSftTreeNone.
headerSftTreeButton1Displays column headers as buttons. The column headers are displayed as buttons, which can be clicked by the user. The status of the each column header button can be controlled using the Header.Enabled and Header.RemainUp properties. The currently pressed button can be defined using the Headers.Pressed property.
headerSftTreeText2Displays column headers as titles.

Comments

The Appearance property defines the appearance of all column headers.

Individual column headers cannot override the appearance.

See Also SftTreeHeaders Object | Object Hierarchy


Last Updated 08/13/2020 - (email)
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