FlowDocumentReader.SwitchViewingModeCommand Field


Gets the value that represents the Switch Viewing Mode command.

public: static initonly System::Windows::Input::RoutedUICommand ^ SwitchViewingModeCommand;
public static readonly System.Windows.Input.RoutedUICommand SwitchViewingModeCommand;
 staticval mutable SwitchViewingModeCommand : System.Windows.Input.RoutedUICommand
Public Shared ReadOnly SwitchViewingModeCommand As RoutedUICommand 

Field Value


The FlowDocumentReader class has built-in handling for this command (as well as built-in handling for a number of application and navigation commands). For more information on commanding and command binding, see Commanding Overview.

Rather than initiate this command, you can instead call SwitchViewingMode on the relevant FlowDocumentReader. The result is the same.

The Switch Viewing Mode command can either be parameterless, in which case the viewing mode advances to the next available viewing mode in the FlowDocumentReaderViewingMode enumeration sequence, or it can specify a viewing mode by naming the FlowDocumentReaderViewingMode in the RoutedUICommand command parameters. If used to set a command property in XAML, the command must be parameterless.

You could also use or respond to this command in a derived class, using either the built-in handling or replacing it with handling of your own. OnSwitchViewingModeCommand is a callback that you can use to change the class handling, without requiring changes to command bindings in the template or in instances.

XAML Text Usage

<object property="SwitchViewingMode"/>  

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