RAD Studio VCL Reference
TButton Properties

The properties of the TButton class are listed here.

Designates the action associated with the control. 
Determines how the control aligns within its container (parent control). 
Specifies how the control is anchored to its parent. 
Specifies the bi-directional mode for the control. 
Determines whether the button's OnClick event handler executes when the Escape key is pressed. 
Specifies a text string that identifies the control to the user. 
Text displayed as hint below button caption for Command Link. 
Specifies the size constraints for the control. 
Determines whether the button's OnClick event handler executes when the Enter key is pressed. 
Image index for disabled button state. 
Determines whether the control's image is rendered directly to the window or painted to an in-memory bitmap first. 
Indicates the image used to represent the mouse pointer when the control is being dragged. 
Specifies whether the control is being dragged normally or for docking. 
Determines how the control initiates drag-and-drop or drag-and-dock operations. 
Split button drop down menu. 
Put shield icon on button indicating elevated access rights required. 
Controls whether the control responds to mouse, keyboard, and timer events. 
Controls the attributes of text written on or in the control. 
Image index for hot button state. 
Alignment of image on button. 
Image index for normal button state. 
Margins of image on button. 
List of images for a button. 
Determines whether and how the button closes its (modal) parent form. 
Specifies whether the control uses its parent's BiDiMode. 
ParentDoubleBuffered defers the DoubleBuffered property of this component to the value of the parent's DoubleBuffered property. 
Determines where a control looks for its font information. 
Determines where a control looks to find out if its Help Hint should be shown. 
Identifies the pop-up menu associated with the control. 
Image index for pressed button state. 
Image index for selected button state. 
Determines whether the control displays a Help Hint when the mouse pointer rests momentarily on the control. 
Style of a button. 
Indicates the position of the control in its parent's tab order. 
Determines if the user can tab to a control. 
Determines whether the component appears onscreen. 
Specifies whether the button text wraps to fit the width of the control. 
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