HtmlDocument.ExecCommand(String, Boolean, Object) HtmlDocument.ExecCommand(String, Boolean, Object) HtmlDocument.ExecCommand(String, Boolean, Object) HtmlDocument.ExecCommand(String, Boolean, Object) Method

Definition

Executes the specified command against the document.

public:
 void ExecCommand(System::String ^ command, bool showUI, System::Object ^ value);
public void ExecCommand (string command, bool showUI, object value);
member this.ExecCommand : string * bool * obj -> unit
Public Sub ExecCommand (command As String, showUI As Boolean, value As Object)

Parameters

command
String String String String

The name of the command to execute.

showUI
Boolean Boolean Boolean Boolean

Whether or not to show command-specific dialog boxes or message boxes to the user.

value
Object Object Object Object

The value to assign using the command. Not applicable for all commands.

Remarks

ExecCommand exposes a large array of commands for which there are no methods exposed on HtmlDocument. Using ExecCommand you can insert new HTML elements, select and format text, and clear any cached authentication credentials. For a full list of commands, see Command Identifiers.

Note

Certain commands, such as copy, have return values. In the current implementation of ExecCommand, you cannot obtain a return value from your call. To retrieve return values, use the corresponding unmanaged method on a DomDocument reference instead.

Applies to

See also