#349 – Predefined Command Objects, Part II

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 NavigationCommands
    • BrowseBack
    • BrowseForward
    • BrowseHome
    • BrowseStop
    • DecreaseZoom
    • Favorites
    • FirstPage
    • GoToPage
    • IncreaseZoom
    • LastPage
    • NavigateJournal
    • NextPage
    • PreviousPage
    • Refresh
    • Search
    • Zoom
  • In EditingCommands
    • AlignCenter
    • AlignJustify
    • AlignLeft
    • AlignRight
    • Backspace
    • CorrectSpellingError
    • DecreaseFontSize
    • DecreaseIndentation
    • Delete
    • DeleteNextWord
    • DeletePreviousWord
    • EnterLineBreak
    • EnterParagraphBreak
    • IgnoreSpellingError
    • IncreaseFontSize
    • IncreaseIndentation
    • MoveDownByLine
    • MoveDownByPage
    • MoveDownByParagraph
    • MoveLeftByCharacter
    • MoveLeftByWord
    • MoveRightByCharacter
    • MoveRightByWord
    • MoveToDocumentEnd
    • MoveToDocumentStart
    • MoveToLineEnd
    • MoveToLineStart
    • MoveUpByLine
    • MoveUpByPage
    • MoveUpByParagraph
    • SelectDownByLine
    • SelectDownByPage
    • SelectDownByParagraph
    • SelectLeftByCharacter
    • SelectLeftByWord
    • SelectToDocumentEnd
    • SelectToDocumentStart
    • SelectToLineEnd
    • SelectToLineStart
    • SelectUpByLine
    • SelectUpByPage
    • SelectUpByParagraph
    • TabBackward
    • TabForward
    • ToggleBold
    • ToggleBullets
    • ToggleInsert
    • ToggleItalic
    • ToggleNumbering
    • ToggleSubscript
    • ToggleSuperscript
    • ToggleUnderline
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