#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.

About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about .NET technologies. Equally passionate about my own personal projects related to family history and preservation of family stories and photos.

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