ToolStripComboBox.DropDownStyle ToolStripComboBox.DropDownStyle ToolStripComboBox.DropDownStyle ToolStripComboBox.DropDownStyle Property

Definition

Gets or sets a value specifying the style of the ToolStripComboBox.

public:
 property System::Windows::Forms::ComboBoxStyle DropDownStyle { System::Windows::Forms::ComboBoxStyle get(); void set(System::Windows::Forms::ComboBoxStyle value); };
public System.Windows.Forms.ComboBoxStyle DropDownStyle { get; set; }
member this.DropDownStyle : System.Windows.Forms.ComboBoxStyle with get, set
Public Property DropDownStyle As ComboBoxStyle

Property Value

Examples

The following code example demonstrates the syntax for setting various ToolStripComboBox properties, including the DropDownStyle property.

// The following code example demonstrates the syntax for setting
// various ToolStripComboBox properties.
// 
toolStripComboBox1.AutoCompleteCustomSource.AddRange(new string[] {
"aaa",
"bbb",
"ccc"});
toolStripComboBox1.AutoCompleteMode = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteMode.SuggestAppend;
toolStripComboBox1.AutoCompleteSource = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteSource.CustomSource;
toolStripComboBox1.DropDownHeight = 110;
toolStripComboBox1.DropDownWidth = 122;
toolStripComboBox1.FlatStyle = System.Windows.Forms.FlatStyle.Standard;
toolStripComboBox1.IntegralHeight = false;
toolStripComboBox1.Items.AddRange(new object[] {
"xxx",
"yyy",
"zzz"});
toolStripComboBox1.MaxDropDownItems = 9;
toolStripComboBox1.MergeAction = System.Windows.Forms.MergeAction.Insert;
toolStripComboBox1.Name = "toolStripComboBox1";
toolStripComboBox1.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(121, 25);
toolStripComboBox1.Sorted = true;
' The following code example demonstrates the syntax for setting
' various ToolStripComboBox properties.
' 
toolStripComboBox1.AutoCompleteCustomSource.AddRange(New String() {"aaa", "bbb", "ccc"})
toolStripComboBox1.AutoCompleteMode = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteMode.SuggestAppend
toolStripComboBox1.AutoCompleteSource = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteSource.CustomSource
toolStripComboBox1.DropDownHeight = 110
toolStripComboBox1.DropDownWidth = 122
toolStripComboBox1.FlatStyle = System.Windows.Forms.FlatStyle.Standard
toolStripComboBox1.IntegralHeight = False
toolStripComboBox1.Items.AddRange(New Object() {"xxx", "yyy", "zzz"})
toolStripComboBox1.MaxDropDownItems = 9
toolStripComboBox1.MergeAction = System.Windows.Forms.MergeAction.Insert
toolStripComboBox1.Name = "toolStripComboBox1"
toolStripComboBox1.Size = New System.Drawing.Size(121, 25)
toolStripComboBox1.Sorted = True

Remarks

The DropDownStyle property controls the interface that is presented to the user. You can enter a value that allows for a simple drop-down list box, where the list always displays, a drop-down list box, where the text portion is not editable and you must select an arrow to view the drop-down, or the default drop-down list box, where the text portion is editable and the user must press the arrow key to view the list. To always display a list that the user cannot edit, use a ListBox control.

Applies to