ImageMso Attribute

The easiest way to use images in your application is to use those provided by Office. The imageMso attribute on a control specifies an image that is provided by Office. You can use any images provided by any application in Office. For example, here's how you might include images from Outlook in your application:

<group id="grpOutlook" label

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<button id="btn20" label

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"FollowUpComposeMenu" imageMso="FollowUpComposeMenu"/> "CalendarInsert" imageMso="CalendarInsert"/> "ChartInsert" imageMso="ChartInsert"/>

"NewTaskNumbered" imageMso="NewTaskNumbered"/> "NewContactNumbered" imageMso="NewContactNumbered"/>

You can download the list of control IDs from the Microsoft website or get them from inside an Office application (as explained in the section "More Ribbon Tips" at the end of the chapter).

Figures 12-19, 12-20, 12-21, and 12-22 show some of the imageMso attributes you can specify in your Access applications. This is only a small subset of what is available to you.

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  • jennifer
    Where can i find imageMso Access 2007?
    8 years ago

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