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    ibox only showing label for AlignCenter

    My custom box is ONLY showing the label for Center and I don't know why, I have tried removing the left and right labels (label="Left"), changing their names, however it only ever shows center and the others have no labels at all


    <box id="box3" boxStyle="vertical">      
          <control idMso="AlignLeft" label="Left" />
          <control idMso="AlignCenter" label="Center" />
          <control idMso="AlignRight"  label="Right" />
    </box>

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    Hmmm - interesting

    Adding size="large" to the buttons works (sort of) but they look horizontal


    Capture2.JPG


    I'm guessing that using a <box> container with small buttons is handled differently


    <customUI xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/01/customui">
      <ribbon>
        <tabs>
          <tab idMso="TabHome" >
            <group id="customGroup1" label="Group 1" insertAfterMso="GroupEditingExcel" >
                <box id="box3" boxStyle="vertical">      
                      <control idMso="AlignLeft" size="large"  label="Left" />
                      <control idMso="AlignCenter" size="large" label="Center" />
                      <control idMso="AlignRight"  size="large" label="Right" />
                </box>
           </group>
          </tab>
    
    
        </tabs>
      </ribbon>
    
    
    </customUI>
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    Paul


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    Thank Paul,
    I ended up just using small buttons not in a box and it worked, really strange though

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    Set the showLabel property to True

    					<box 
    						boxStyle="vertical"
    						id="Box1">
    						<toggleButton 
    							idMso="AlignLeft"
    							label="Left"
    							showLabel="true"/>
    						<toggleButton 
    							idMso="AlignCenter"
    							label="Center"/>
    						<toggleButton 
    							idMso="AlignRight"
    							label="Right"
    							showLabel="true"/>
    					</box >
    Cheers
    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Pope View Post
    Set the showLabel property to True
    That's interesting -- thanks

    I knew about 'showLable' but since the default = "true" I never bothered to try it

    That'll teach me to assume anything
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