Spread Windows Forms 12.0 Product Documentation
ButtonColor Property (ButtonCellType)

FarPoint.Win.Spread Assembly > FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType Namespace > ButtonCellType Class : ButtonColor Property
Gets or sets the color for the button.
Public Property ButtonColor As Color
Dim instance As ButtonCellType
Dim value As Color
instance.ButtonColor = value
value = instance.ButtonColor
public Color ButtonColor {get; set;}

Property Value

Color object containing the color of the button
Set the UseVisualStyleBackColor property to false to see different button colors.
This example sets up a cell on the first sheet as a button cell and specifies the colors for the bottom and right-side of the button (DarkColor) and the top and left sides (LightColor) and the shadow and the text. It shows how the text can be different when the button is pressed (and held) and how text can wrap to multiple lines.
FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.ButtonCellType bttncell = new FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.ButtonCellType();
bttncell.ButtonColor = Color.Cyan;
bttncell.DarkColor = Color.DarkCyan;
bttncell.LightColor = Color.AliceBlue;
bttncell.ShadowSize = 3;
bttncell.Text = "Click and hold...";
bttncell.TextDown = "...you can see how words go to multiple lines. Now let go.";
bttncell.TextColor = Color.Green;
bttncell.WordWrap = true;
bttncell.UseVisualStyleBackColor = false;
fpSpread1.Sheets[0].Cells[3,2].CellType = bttncell;
Dim bttncell As New FarPoint.Win.Spread.CellType.ButtonCellType()
bttncell.ButtonColor = Color.Cyan
bttncell.DarkColor = Color.DarkCyan
bttncell.LightColor = Color.AliceBlue
bttncell.ShadowSize = 3
bttncell.Text = "Click and hold..."
bttncell.TextDown = "...you can see how words go to multiple lines. Now let go."
bttncell.TextColor = Color.Green
bttncell.WordWrap = True
bttncell.UseVisualStyleBackColor = False
fpSpread1.Sheets(0).Cells(3,2).CellType = bttncell
See Also


ButtonCellType Class
ButtonCellType Members