Returns the indexed Command object.
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.DispId(0)] public EnvDTE.Command Item (object index, int ID = -1);
Required. An absolute index, GUID string, or the command's full name.
Optional. The command ID in the specified command set.
Sub ItemExample() Dim cmds As Commands Dim cmd As Command ' Set references to the Commands collection and the File.NewFile ' command. cmds = DTE.Commands cmd = cmds.Item("File.NewFile") ' Assign the command (File.NewFile) globally to the F2 key. ' Because you cannot programmatically change the default keyboard ' mapping scheme settings, you must first make a copy of the Default ' Settings for the Keyboard Mapping Scheme. cmd.Bindings = "Global::f2" End Sub
index is an absolute index (a Long), it is only meaningful for iterating over the commands from 1 to n. You cannot save a command's absolute index and use it later to access that command.
index is a GUID string, then it indicates a command set and you must supply the
ID argument to identify the command in the set.
If you supply the
ID argument and the first argument is a string, then the
indexargument must be a GUID string that identifies a command set. If
index is a string and there is no
ID argument, then
index must be a command's full name. If
index is a Long, then
ID is ignored.