NavigationCommands.BrowseForward NavigationCommands.BrowseForward NavigationCommands.BrowseForward NavigationCommands.BrowseForward Property


Gets the value that represents the Browse Forward command.

 static property System::Windows::Input::RoutedUICommand ^ BrowseForward { System::Windows::Input::RoutedUICommand ^ get(); };
public static System.Windows.Input.RoutedUICommand BrowseForward { get; }
member this.BrowseForward : System.Windows.Input.RoutedUICommand
Public Shared ReadOnly Property BrowseForward As RoutedUICommand

Property Value

The routed UI command.

Default Values
Key Gesture ALT+RIGHT
UI Text Forward


The following example shows how to use BrowseForward in conjunction with a Frame. The Frame provides an implementation that responds to the BrowseForward command by navigating the Frame forward, if there are journal entries on the forward stack.

<Window xmlns="">
<!-- NavigationCommands.BrowseForward -->
  CommandTarget="{Binding ElementName=frame}" />
<!-- The following Frame is used to process NavigationCommands.BrowseForward commands -->
<Frame Name="frame" NavigationUIVisibility="Hidden" Source="Page1.xaml" />


This command indicates the intention to navigate forward the next page in the journal.

Frame and NavigationWindow implement support for responding to the BrowseForward command, although you are not required to use it; in many cases the implementation in response to that command is the responsibility of the application writer.

XAML Attribute Usage

<object property="NavigationCommands.BrowseForward"/>  

Applies to

See also