RadRibbonControl - UserForm

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  1. Atje
    Atje avatar
    5 posts
    Member since:
    Mar 2008

    Posted 30 Mar 2008 Link to this post

    Today i've installed 'r.a.d.ribbonbar for WinForms Q4 2006' in combination with 'Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition'

    I'm new to this IDE. I know how to programma in VBA.

    I've on my ribbon three TabItems...

    I want for each tabitem a seperat (nested) form.

    1. How can i do this?
    2. Are there learning movies for the ribbonbar?
    3. Are there more examples availeble?

    Thank you very much.
  2. Nikolay
    Nikolay avatar
    1802 posts

    Posted 02 Apr 2008 Link to this post

    Hi Atje,

    Please download the latest version of our product. It includes many new components, and offers a wealth of functionality. You can download it from your Client.net account, or you can use the Q1 2008 Beta, a preview version of the new release of our product. You can download a trial version from the link below:
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    Please find the answers to your questions below:
    1. If I have understood you correctly, you want to have a form in another control. This is not possible unless the other control is another form in a MDI scenario.
    2. Currently, we do not have help movies for RadRibbonBar. You can observe the movies collection for RadControls for WinForms here . Your feedback will be of great help, if you share with me what exactly you would like to learn about RadRibbonBar.
    3. There are examples of RadRibbonBar in our Quick Start Framework (also known as Examples) application. It is included in the RadControls for WinForms suite. You can download the Trial version from your Client.net account, install it, and you will be able to examine the RadControls functionality and appearance in this application.

    If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to contact me.


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