The DeleteBookmarksDialog class implements a dialog box which shows all targets in the current document. The user can jump to a target or can delete one or more targets. Each item of the dialog box has a name, available through its Name property, which corresponds with a member of the WPF.DeleteBookmarksDialog.DialogItem enumeration. The FrameworkElement.FindName method can be used to get a certain item and manipulate, move or delete it. The WPF.DeleteBookmarksDialog is a modal dialog box which must be shown with the WPF.DeleteBookmarksDialog.ShowDialog method.
[C#] public class DeleteBookmarksDialog : System.Windows.Window
[Visual Basic] Public Class DeleteBookmarksDialog Inherits System.Windows.Window
|DeleteBookmarksDialog||Creates a DeleteBookmarksDialog object for the specified WPF.TextControl.|
|DialogItem||Each DialogItem represents an item in a WPF.DeleteBookmarksDialog dialog box.|
The following example creates an DeleteBookmarksDialog object and shows the dialog box:
[C#] DeleteBookmarksDialog dlg = new DeleteBookmarksDialog(textControl1); dlg.ShowDialog();
[Visual Basic] Dim dlg As New DeleteBookmarksDialog(textControl1) dlg.ShowDialog()