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ToolBook 11 Actions Editor Cheat Sheet

ToolBook 11 Actions Editor Cheat Sheet

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ToolBook 11 Actions Editor Cheat Sheet
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TOOLBOOK 11
Actions Editor Cheat Sheet
OPENING THE EDITOR 
 
Page 1 of 2 ToolBook 11 Actions Editor Cheat Sheet
July 1, 2012 • Rev 1.3
 
CHOOSING AN EVENT
 
Generally you will want to put your programming logic inan appropriate object. For example if you need to performan action when a button is clicked, it makes the mostsense to put the logic in the On Click event of that particu-lar button.There are times when it makes more sense to put theprogramming logic elsewhere, however this is generallyonly done for advanced programming purposes.The Actions Editor can be opened in a variety of ways. Usethe method that works best for you.
PRESS F5
 
This keystroke is a shortcut for opening the Actions Editorfor the selected object.
TOOLBAR 
 
The Actions Editor can be opened by first selectingyour desired object and then clicking on the light-ening bolt icon on the Toolbar.
USE THE OBJECT MENU
 
The Actions Editor can be opened by first selecting yourdesired object and then from the Object menu chooseActions.
RIGHT CLICK MENU
 
Access to the Actions Editor is also available from theRight-Click menu of any object in ToolBook.When you open the Actions Editor for an object you will see a window similar to the oneshown below. The main thing to be aware of is what event is showing. In this case the OnClick event is currently showing and as you can see there is a single line of code written forthis event. Also the caption bar verifies that I am editing the right button object.What if you wanted to add programming code for a different event for this same object,
such as the On Mouse Over event? By clicking on the event name, in this case “On click”, a
drop down list of all other supported events will appear. Chose one of the listed events andthe Actions Editor will display a programming window for that event.If you add some programming to an event, the event name will appear bold within the dropdown list of event names
this way you know there is code written for that event too.Within the Actions Editor
window you’ll only see the
code you have written forthe selected event.As you write Actions Editorcode for various events, and
on different objects, you’ll
need a way to look at all of this code from your variousevents (or objects) in asingle window.There are two ways to dothis. The
Show Page Ac-tions
and
Dump BookActions
will allow you toview your code in onescreen. You can accessthese from the
Tools
|
Actions
menu.

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