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AddSeparator Method (ICommandTab)

Adds a separator to this CommandManager tab.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function AddSeparator( _
   ByVal CommandTabBoxIn As CommandTabBox, _
   ByVal CommandID As System.Integer _
) As CommandTabBox
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICommandTab
Dim CommandTabBoxIn As CommandTabBox
Dim CommandID As System.Integer
Dim value As CommandTabBox
value = instance.AddSeparator(CommandTabBoxIn, CommandID)
CommandTabBox AddSeparator( 
   CommandTabBox CommandTabBoxIn,
   System.int CommandID
CommandTabBox^ AddSeparator( 
&   CommandTabBox^ CommandTabBoxIn,
&   System.int CommandID


CommandManager tab box to which to add the separator
Button before which to place the separator (see Remarks)

Return Value

New CommandManager tab box



The specified CommandManager tab is split into two. The left side is the original CommandManager tab box, and the right side is the new CommandManager tab box. The first button on the new CommandManager tab box is the button specified by CommandID.


If the CommandManager tab box has multiple commands with the same CommandID, then a separator is added before the first matching CommandID.


You can get the CommandID using ICommandGroup::CommandID or ICommandGroup::ToolbarId after calling ICommandGroup::Activate.


See Also


SolidWorks 2008 FCS, Revision Number 16.0

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