#348 – Predefined Command Objects, Part I

When you associate a button or menu item to a command object by setting its Command property, you typically associate the control with a preexisting command object.  You can also create your own command, e.g. an instance of a RoutedUICommand.

The preexisting commands listed below are all static properties, pointing to instances of a RoutedUICommand.

  • In ApplicationCommands
    • CancelPrint
    • Close
    • ContextMenu
    • Copy
    • CorrectionList
    • Cut
    • Delete
    • Find
    • Help
    • New
    • Open
    • Paste
    • Print
    • PrintPreview
    • Properties
    • Redo
    • Replace
    • Save
    • SaveAs
    • SelectAll
    • Stop
    • Undo
  • In ComponentCommands
    • ExtendSelectionDown
    • ExtendSelectionLeft
    • ExtendSelectionRight
    • ExtendSelectionUp
    • MoveDown
    • MoveFocusBack
    • MoveFocusDown
    • MoveFocusForward
    • MoveFocusPageDown
    • MoveFocusPageUp
    • MoveFocusUp
    • MoveLeft
    • MoveRight
    • MoveToEnd
    • MoveToHome
    • MoveToPageDown
    • MoveToPageUp
    • MoveUp
    • ScrollByLine
    • ScrollPageDown
    • ScrollPageLeft
    • ScrollPageRight
    • ScrollPageUp
    • SelectToEnd
    • SelectToHome
    • SelectToPageDown
    • SelectToPageUp
  • In MediaCommands
    • BoostBass
    • ChannelDown
    • ChannelUp
    • DecreaseBass
    • DecreaseMicrophoneVolume
    • DecreaseTreble
    • DecreaseVolume
    • FastForward
    • IncreaseBass
    • IncreaseMicrophoneVolume
    • IncreaseTreble
    • IncreaseVolume
    • MuteMicrophoneVolume
    • MuteVolume
    • NextTrack
    • Pause
    • Play
    • PreviousTrack
    • Record
    • Rewind
    • Select
    • Stop
    • ToggleMicrophoneOnOff
    • TogglePlayPause

More commands coming next time–in NavigationCommands and EditingCommands.

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