RadToolstrip with [checkbox][Image][Text]

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  1. suneetha inturi
    suneetha inturi avatar
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    Oct 2009

    Posted 06 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    I want to build a radtoolstrip with [checkbox][image][text] in dropdown.I have seen most of the controls(like radmenu item) have image and text.radcheckboxelement has [checkbox][image][text]  this feature.But we are unable to add it to radsplitbuttonelement.
    Is there any control which satisfies my requirement.

  2. Robert
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    Jun 2009

    Posted 07 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Suneetha,


    You can actually use a RadMenuContentItem to create this type of menu item. You can assign any RadElement based control to the ContentElement property of a RadMenuContentItem. Once doing that, you will simply need to add your newly created RadMenuContentItem to the items collection of the RadSplitButtonElement. Also, as shown in this example, you can add a RadElement based control directly to the items collection of a RadMenu and it will automatically create the RadMenuContentItem for you. This also works when done with the RadSplitButtonElement items collection:


    RadCheckBoxElement checkBoxElement = new RadCheckBoxElement();

    checkBoxElement.Image = global::MyProject.Properties.Resources.rss_small;

    checkBoxElement.Text = "Hello World";



    - Robert

  3. Martin Vasilev
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    Posted 09 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Robert,

    Thank you very much for the answer. I would like only to provide the public links for the help topics below: RadMenu-Nested Controls and RadMenu-Nesting Controls Tutorial.

    Suneetha, hope Robert's code and help topics are useful. Do not hesitate to write us again if you need additional assistance.

    Martin Vasilev
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