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How to Handle the ButtonClicked Event?

Platform: WinForms |
Control: ButtonEdit |
Published Date: April 30, 2011 |
Last Revised Date: July 10, 2014



The ButtonEdit control has a "ButtonClicked" event that makes each button do some task when the user clicks on it.

Additional Information: 

The "ButtonClickedEventArgs" gets information when each button is clicked and the below given code snippet shows a switch case statement that is framed to set task for each child button when it is clicked.



private void buttonEdit2_ButtonClicked(object sender, Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.ButtonClickedEventArgs args)


switch(args.ClickedButton.Name as string)


case "buttonEditChildButton1" :

this.buttonEdit2.TextBox.Text ="DropDown Button Clicked";


case "buttonEditChildButton2" :

FolderBrowser browse = new FolderBrowser();

browse.FolderBrowserCallback += new FolderBrowserCallbackEventHandle(buttonEditChildButton2_Browsed);





Private Sub buttonEdit2_ButtonClicked(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal args As Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.ButtonClickedEventArgs)

switchCType(IIf(TypeOf args.ClickedButton.Name Is String, args.ClickedButton.Name, Nothing), String)

Private case "buttonEditChildButton1" :

Private Me.buttonEdit2.TextBox.Text ="DropDown Button Clicked"


Private case "buttonEditChildButton2" :

Private browse As FolderBrowser = New FolderBrowser()

Private browse.FolderBrowserCallback += New FolderBrowserCallbackEventHandler




End Sub

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